Business begins unwinding of carbon tax arrangements

With the repeal of the carbon pricing mechanism passing through the Australian Senate this week, companies that were liable for paying for their carbon emissions will now begin the process of unwinding their arrangements and calculating how direct and indirect costs will be passed through to customers.

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