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WA's excessive stamp duty hurting cars

Western Australia ran a close second to Tasmania in recording the biggest drop in new car sales in 2011, with local sales falling by 7,961. The Motor Trade Association of WA’s CEO Stephen Moir said despite WA having the strongest economy in the country, something is fundamentally going wrong here.

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West Leederville
Once again just ludicrous that this is not a flat rate nationally, but still managed by the States. Steve Moir is on the right track here! I wonder if the State Govt would consider reducing the Tax on Cars and introducing one on Boats, why should someone buy a $1 million Boat and pay no Stamp Duty?

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