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Killing Australia's mining competitiveness with SJSP's song

AUSTRALIA is on the verge of destroying the competitiveness its mining sector has developed through an intractable approach to “improving” the working conditions of the nation’s miners.

SJSP poses an existential threat to Australia's mining contractors.

SJSP poses an existential threat to Australia's mining contractors.

Of course, the federal government's Same Job, Same Pay legislation is not aimed at miners specifically. Some of the wrongs the government believes it must right are in transport, airlines and retail....

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