Australia’s Turnbull faces setback after lawmakers target corporate tax cut

Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull visits a cafe to speak on his government's income tax cuts in Manuka, Canberra, Australia, June 25, 2018. AAP/Mick Tsikas/via REUTERS

SYDNEY (Reuters) – Australian Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull faces a fresh blow in parliament this week, with the Senate poised on Monday to reject his government’s plans for a corporate tax cut after several independent lawmakers vowed to vote against the measure. Following the lead of the United States, Australia’s center-right government has proposed to […]

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