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Australia plans rise in fuel tax

By some estimates, fuel subsidies cost Asia's developing economies more than $100b (£62b) a year, and they're a big drain on government budgets.

But in Australia, the most commonly used fuel - unleaded petrol - is taxed, not subsidised.

Now plans for a rise in the fuel tax has provoked debate among Australian drivers.

Phil Mercer reports from Sydney.

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