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Message Subject Attorney General said Australian Whaling activists would face consequences for their actions
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so i go from 1.3 to 1.6 when renting property to -8% ... nice... gobernment gets the spoils again....
 Quoting: citizenperth


they are doing what's best for us

the question is who's us?

certainly not australia

[link to www.smh.com.au]


While farmers will not pay a carbon price per se, they are likely to be hit by higher electricity prices and freight costs, and lower prices for their produce as big food processors - who make up the bulk of meat and dairy farmers' sales - pass on their own carbon price costs.

The National Farmers Federation chief, Matt Linnegar, said that the carbon tax slug was one among many issues facing farmers. ''When we're talking about up to 5 per cent [in losses] for some people and when you add the high Aussie dollar and a number of other factors, it might be one more thing that tips people over,'' he said.
 
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