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Charities law change affects unis

Wide-scale legislative reform regarding regulation of the not-for-profit sector will have significant implications for higher education entities. Public universities in Australia operate as not-for-profit institutions and are endorsed as charitable institutions, which entitles them to access tax concessions.

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