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Peter Spence 9:32 AM Investors now believe there will not be a single interest rate rise from any of the G7 group of central banks this year.
Jack Ewing Even as much of the rest of the world has bounced back from the global financial crisis, however fitfully, the Continent's fiscal core remains soft.
Scott Phillips There's something in this to offend everyone, but then, who's ever welcomed tax increases other than those that apply to other people?
Matt Wade Indian investment in Australia could be deterred if obstacles to the giant Adani Enterprises coal project in the Galilee basin are not overcome.
Peter Martin The government is paying private consultants $440,000 to model the effects of tax changes in an exercise the head of the Treasury says shouldn't be taken too literally.
Peter Martin Treasury secretary John Fraser has played down the reliability of economic modelling due to be released by the government to help guide the tax debate.
Nassim Khadem A federal inquiry will examine whether there are too many bodies scrutinising the Australian Taxation Office, after repeated public complaints by Tax Commissioner Chris Jordan.
Rajesh Kumar Singh New Delhi forecast that GDP growth for fiscal year 2015-16 would accelerate to 7.6 per cent from a revised 7.2 per cent a year earlier.
Longstanding tax breaks for superannuation contributions and investment properties are in the frame as the Turnbull government scrambles for alternative revenue sources to fund vote-winning income tax cuts in the next election.
If the tax system and industrial relations aren't high priorities on my reform agenda, what does deserve to be at the top of the list? It's obvious: health and education are crying out for attention.
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