The Australian Senate rejects government legislation raising the country’s luxury-car tax to 33% from 25% by a 34-33 vote. Leading tax proponent Sen. Chris Evans says the federal government will try again to get the tax increase by reintroducing the legislation in parliament. ”We’re not giving up the fight to have the luxury-car tax bill carried by the parliament,” Evans tells the Senate. “We will attempt again to get the Liberals to become responsible.” The tax increase on cars ...

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