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$1 billion Dollar Budget Windfall from Petroleum Resource Rent Tax

1.11.2000

The Australian Automobile Association has released independent economic modelling by ACIL Consulting, which reveals that the Federal Government will gain a gross windfall of over $1 billion from the Petroleum Resource Rent Tax (PRRT) this year. Read more of $1 billion Dollar Budget Windfall from Petroleum Resource Rent Tax

Motoring Clubs combine to Call for Freeze and Reform of Fuel Tax

30.10.2000

In a joint statement released in all Australian capitals today, the nation’s motoring clubs have called for the reform of the fuel tax system. They have also announced plans to step up their campaign for a freeze on fuel excise in February on behalf of their 6.4 million members. Read more of Motoring Clubs combine to Call for Freeze and Reform of Fuel Tax

ACCC Petrol Report an Exercise in Avoidance

20.10.2000

The Australian Automobile Association (AAA) has described the Australian Consumer and Competition Commission (ACCC) report on petrol prices, released today, as an exercise in avoidance. Read more of ACCC Petrol Report an Exercise in Avoidance

Petrol Prices up 25 Percent in the Past Year

15.10.2000

The Australian Automobile Association has released the latest monthly petrol price monitoring figures, which show a continued increase in fuel prices in September across Australia. Read more of Petrol Prices up 25 Percent in the Past Year

Almost Half Post-GST Petrol Price Increases Caused by Extra Tax

13.9.2000

The Australian Automobile Association has released the latest monthly petrol price monitoring figures, which show that since the introduction of the GST petrol prices on average have risen by 6.5 cents per litre. Read more of Almost Half Post-GST Petrol Price Increases Caused by Extra Tax

Petrol - 53 Cents Per Litre

24.8.2000

The Australian Automobile Association has dismissed as laughable, claims by the Government that tax has had no impact on rising petrol prices. Read more of Petrol - 53 Cents Per Litre