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FAIR GO: WA's GST share continued to decline as costs grew for the state's significant capital works projects. Photo: Attila Csaszar

GST review just the first step

OPINION: The decision by Treasurer Scott Morrison to order a Productivity Commission review of how the $60 billion generated by the GST is carved up among the states is a good start in Western Australia’s case for a better deal. But it is far too early to break out the champagne.

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