Melbourne

November 27, 1998

An alliance of ten education organisations has called on Australia's government to exempt universities, schools and colleges from the planned goods and services tax. This would mean no changes would be necessary to their tax-free status. Otherwise the cost of institutional and student expenditure on items such as textbooks, computers, pens and paper will increase by 10 per cent, the alliance says.

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