Five reasons the fixed price will stay

There has been all sorts of conjecture about the fixed price period for the carbon tax, but it would be incredibly unwise and very difficult to get rid of it.

The media has been rife with conjecture and opinion about the government dropping the fixed price period and carbon price floor altogether. Amidst all this noise it’s hard to know exactly what’s going on. But irrespective of all of this, the reality is the government would encounter great difficulty and would be incredibly unwise to try to drop either of these features.

Below are five good reasons why the three-year fixed price period for carbon permits will stay.

1-In a precarious hung parliament you don’t want to revisit such contentious legislation



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