Turnbull Pledges $370 Million for West Australia InfrastructureBy
State continues to receive lowest share from federal taxes
West Australia iron-ore exports limited its tax-revenue share
Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull’s government promised to invest A$490 million ($370 million) in infrastructure in West Australia in the coming financial year, seeking to redress the state’s shortfall in the share it receives of the federally collected goods and services tax.
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