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The Federal Government has rejected a recommendation from David Murray's Financial System Inquiry which sought to ban self-managed super funds from borrowing to buy property, among a number of proposed changes to Australia's $1.8 trillion superannuation system.
Responding to the Murray inquiry today, almost a year after the final report was handed down, the government said it did not agree with the proposal to block limited recourse borrowing arrangements by superannuation funds.
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