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Tax to hit CBH hard

Friday, 9th November, 2012

By Andrew Robertson

Perilya isn't the only Broken Hill miner to be hit hard by the carbon tax, with CBH Resources expecting a more than $7 million hit to its operating costs over the next three years.

Chief operating officer, Visko Sulicich, yesterday said the forecast increase in generation charges - for the Rasp mine and the company's Endeavor operation at Cobar - was the direct result of the carbon tax.

"Over our two operations in Broken Hill and Cobar it'll cost us over $7 million over the next three years," Mr Sulicich said.

Carbon Tax ‘limbo’

Wednesday, 1st August, 2012

Michael Schinella at his store yesterday. Michael Schinella at his store yesterday.

Locals waiting to see the impact

By Kurtis J Eichler

Voters have softened their stance on the once feared Carbon Tax, a new poll claims, as local businesses take a wait and see approach before lifting prices.

A Fairfax/Nielsen poll released this week showed 52 per cent of those surveyed felt the tax, which came into effect on July 1, had made no difference to their finances.

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