Abbott's Budget hits workers hard!

June 2014
SDA Newsletter;Jun/Jul2014, Vol. 1 Issue 3, p4
The article offers information on the proposed budget 2014 of Australia. It states that earlier during election campaign, Prime Minister Tony Abbott promised that there would not be any new taxes or tax increase. But many of the promises would be broken if the proposal is implemented. It includes 80 billion dollars would be cut from health and education spending in the next 10 years, prices of some drugs would be hiked, workers may face a 3-year pause in the progression of employer payments.


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