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Little support for super tax in WA

More than two-thirds of WA's business managers and leaders don't support the introduction of the Resource Super Profits Tax (RSPT) and believe that it will have a significantly negative impact on employment in the mining industry, according to a new State survey.

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Las Vegas, Nv.
Aafter observing the Marxist obama Administration here in USA, all one can do is to encourage all of the Industrial & Commercial interests in Australia to put their minds & and their dollars together and defeat the current Labour Govn't and its planned confiscation of Private Wealth. Otherwise, stand back and watch while Capitalism is destroyed before your very eyes. Good Luck & Clear Sailing; you've got rough seas and a hell of a battle ahead. Never, never, ever, give up! (WSC)

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