AUSTRALIA: Claims Tariff Cuts Could Cost 19,000 Jobs
Up to 19,000 clothing, textile and footwear industry jobs could be lost if the Australian government presses ahead with plans to cut tariffs, the Victorian Government said Monday. In a report to the country's Productivity Commission review, state bosses warned the region's soft goods industry would not survive a fresh cut in tariffs for an already-struggling industry.
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