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New R&D tax credit creates Australian "sweet spot" for start-ups and foreign firms

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Australia's senate has today passed tax law reforms revamping the country's outmoded tax credit system. The new R&D Tax Credit will put start-up biotechs, especially those that make trading losses, in "the sweet spot", according to industry association AusBiotech.

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