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State taxation: Assessing the NSW tax task force report paper

Published on 01 Jan 89 by Australian Tax Research Foundation

The proceedings of a public forum held on 14 December 1988 to assess the New South Wales Tax Task Force Report are incorporated in this volume. Contributors identified issues of importance relevant to special interest groups including business, professional, rural workers, finance, small business and state government(s).

Chairman was David Collins. Contributors to the Forum were the Hon. Nick Greiner (Premier of NSW), Sir Hermann Black (Chairman
of the Foundation), Bruce Buchanan (NSW. Office of State Revenue), Michael Easson (Labor Council of NSW), Bob Graham (Westpac), Paul Greenwood (representing Small Business), John Nieuwenhuysen (University of Melbourne), Martin Soutter (Business Council of Australia), Bill Wallace (Mallesons Stephen Jaques), Bernie Walrut (Thomson Simmons and Co.) and Stephen Ware (NSW Farmers Federation).

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