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Monday, 26 November 1973
Page: 3815

Mr DEPUTY SPEAKER (Mr Martin (BANKS, NEW SOUTH WALES) - Is leave granted? There being no objection, leave is granted.

Mr ANTHONY - I hope honourable members will study this table and that they will realise that by passing this Bill, investment in a whole range of primary items will be made drastically less profitable. I call on the Government even at this late stage to reconsider its attitude on these measures. I call on it to examine carefully the efficiency of income tax concessions and not simply to make acrosstheboard deletions in such an arbitrary manner.

Mr Deputy Speaker,this is a negative, illconsidered piece of legislation and should be recognised, and will be recognised, I am afraid, by primary producers as marking this day on which the Labor Party betrayed the rural people.

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