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The Australian on April 14, 2018 reported that Tony Shepherd, a highly respected executive with significant engagement in the private and public sectors and Chairman of the Abbot government’s cost-cutting taskforce, recently questioned whether Federal public servants and politicians should enjoy a 15.4% employer superannuation contribution when other workers receive only 9.5%.
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Australia is facing new challenges and opportunities within the shifting patterns of international trade and the security of its commercial foothold and viability both locally and globally.
Criticism has erupted over suggestions by Labor that the planned increases in employer superannuation contributions from the current 9.5% to a targeted 12% by July 2025 should be accelerated.