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NSW could scrap stamp duty, payroll tax

The NSW opposition have given their cautious support to the Berejiklian government's initiative to abolish stamp duty and payroll tax in a bid to revive the state's economy following the coronavirus pandemic. NSW Treasurer Dominic Perrottet on Saturday la
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