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Renewables sector wins in NSW budget

ON TUESDAY the New South Wales Berejiklian state government handed down its annual budget, revealing an expected $16 billion deficit for 2020-21.

 NSW treasurer Dominic Perrottet walks alongside premier Gladys Berejiklian.

NSW treasurer Dominic Perrottet walks alongside premier Gladys Berejiklian.

  NSW treasurer Dominic Perrottet noted the size of the deficit was in large part due to the $29 billion in COVID-19 stimulus spending, which is the largest out of any state in Australia, and an expected...

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