Labor keeps ETS compensation for big power users - why?

Given we are moving to a floating carbon price we should be reviewing the assistance provided to emissions-intensive industry. That we are not shows a lack of political will.

The Conversation

With the Rudd government announcing a faster conversion to a market-driven carbon price, it should be time to review the assistance provided to emissions-intensive, trade-exposed industries such as raw steel production and aluminium smelting.

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