Business’s ’Kumbaya’ promises show how weak the need for company tax cuts is
There is little sadder than watching business groups and companies attempt to lobby in public by promising that they’ll be good. This week the Business Council of Australia delivered a statement to the crossbench senators, signed by 10 CEOs of some of Australia’s largest corporations, effectively begging them to pass the company tax cut legislation.
But the statement only served to reinforce just how weak the impact of the company tax cuts will be on the lives of most workers.
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