Australian government poised to secure $110 billion tax cut plan

FILE PHOTO: The new Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison shakes hands with the new Treasurer Josh Frydenberg after the swearing-in ceremony in Canberra, Australia August 24, 2018. REUTERS/David Gray/File Photo

SYDNEY (Reuters) – Australia’s conservative government is close to securing enough votes to pass sweeping tax cuts after independent lawmakers said on Tuesday they were poised to strike an agreement with Prime Minister Scott Morrison. Australian Treasurer Josh Frydenberg proposed in April A$158 billion (87.28 billion pounds) in tax cuts over the next decade, primarily […]

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