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Australian carbon tax costing Qantas $100 million a year set for repeal

This week, Tony Abbott’s government will lead the charge in the Australian Senate to repeal the controversial carbon pricing mechanism, which imposed an annual A$100 million ($94 million) cost on Qantas alone. Big business welcomes the move, but environmental groups fear it will leave Australia without an effective policy to deal with climate change.

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