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Royalty hike means Qld coal exports will fare worse than expected

THE Queensland government has severely underestimated the impact of higher royalty taxes on Queensland’s coal export sector, according to a report commissioned by the Queensland Resources Council.

Queensland coal exports are going to suffer because of higher royalty costs, according to a new report.

Queensland coal exports are going to suffer because of higher royalty costs, according to a new report.

The report by independent analysts Commodity Insights reviewed the impact of the state government's decision to add three coal tax tiers - with significantly higher royalty rates - to the previous regime....

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