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Speaking of “policy certainty”

Fundamental policy fact #5 – there is no–I’ll repeat it, to ensure it is heard–NO such thing as “policy certainty.” “Additionally, the Australian case shows that while the government promised in 2010 that it wasn’t going to implement a carbon … Continue reading

16. September 2013 by Jason Hayes
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Deja vu all over again – carbon taxes = huge costs

Looks like the USA isn’t the only place that onerous regulations are ensuring fewer jobs and higher energy prices. This news.com.au story describes how the Aussie’s impending carbon tax will cost the Australian coal industry AUS $ 18 billion. THE … Continue reading

26. September 2011 by Jason Hayes
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