Australian cap-and-trade bill on a knife edge

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Failure to pass bill could lead government to call snap election

Rudd: Determined The possibility of a snap election in Australia moved a step closer today as the Parliament’s upper house delayed a final vote on the government’s carbon trading programme. The Senate...

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