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Excise Tariff Amendment (Aviation Fuel Revenues) Bill 1999



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Bills Digest No. 198  1998-99

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Excise Tariff Amendment (Aviation Fuel Revenues) Bill 1999

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Passage History

Excise Tariff Amendment (Aviation Fuel Revenues) Bill 1999

Date Introduced:  2 June 1999

House: House of Representatives

Portfolio:  Treasury

Commencement:  The amendments outlined in this Digest commence on 12 May 1999

Purpose

To increase the rate of excise duty on aviation gasoline and kerosene.

Background

Refer to the Digest for the Customs Tarif f Amendment (Aviation Fuel Revenues) Bill 1999.

Main Provisions

Item 1 increases the rate of excise duty on aviation kerosene to $0.0271/L.

Items 2 and 3 increase the rate of excise duty on aviation gasoline to $0.0271/L.

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Ian Ireland

11 J une 1999

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