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Australian government hands out tax cuts ahead of elections | Money Talks

The Australian government has promised to get the country's finances back in the black. It's submitted a budget plan that forecasts, the first surplus in more than a decade. It's also promising extensive tax cuts to appeal to voters ahead of national elections expected next month. The government projects a $5 billion surplus in the financial year that begins in July 2019. It says it will reverse deficit spending thanks to stronger earnings growth and consumption, as well as savings in welfare spending. #Australia #taxcuts #elections

Kenya passes unpopular tax on fuel | Money Talks

Kenya passes unpopular tax on fuel | Money Talks

Italy Budget Crisis: Italy faces EU penalties over budget deficit

Italy Budget Crisis: Italy faces EU penalties over budget deficit

Italy hikes budget deficit target for 2019-2021 | Money Talks

Italy hikes budget deficit target for 2019-2021 | Money Talks

Money Talks: Qatar announces $56B budget for 2018

Money Talks: Qatar announces $56B budget for 2018

Türkiye Moves Closer to Completing Its First Nuclear Power Plant

Türkiye Moves Closer to Completing Its First Nuclear Power Plant

Bosnia-Croatia Relations Tested: Election Law and Peljesac Bridge

Bosnia-Croatia Relations Tested: Election Law and Peljesac Bridge

#AlQaeda chief killed by US air strike

#AlQaeda chief killed by US air strike

Indicting a Former President | Inside America with Ghida Fakhry

Indicting a Former President | Inside America with Ghida Fakhry

Why Russia’s Balkan influence threatens region's fragile peace

Why Russia’s Balkan influence threatens region's fragile peace

One on One Express - UN Disarmament Chief Izumi Nakamitsu

One on One Express - UN Disarmament Chief Izumi Nakamitsu

Africa Matters: Scramble for Africa

Africa Matters: Scramble for Africa

Iraq's longest post-election deadlock sparks protests

Iraq's longest post-election deadlock sparks protests

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