* Conservatives outline spending reductions, deny cuts in services * Spending seen as key electoral weakness for PM Rudd * Rudd predicts Labor comeback in campaign's final stages By Rob Taylor CANBERRA, Aug 28 (Reuters) - Australia's conservative opposition, heavily favoured in next month's election, outlined A$31 billion ($27.8 billion) in savings on Wednesday and promised to breathe new life into the economy by ...
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