Government courts remaining crossbenchers as survey reveals business leaders are cool on passing benefits on to workforce

Labor says it will junk the Turnbull government’s big business tax cut if it passes the Senate this week, but is holding out on the prospect of future tax relief for businesses prepared to invest locally.

The government is continuing to lobby the remaining two crossbenchers needed to pass the cuts, while business chiefs – in Canberra en masse on Tuesday – are on the back foot courtesy of a report in the Australian Financial Review of a survey suggesting they were cool on passing the benefits of tax relief through to their workforce.

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