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The Queensland Government says the state’s experience with the Australian dollar for long-term foreign currency settlement will go down as its experience with the dollar for short-term foreign currency settlement grows.
Last year the then-Premier Annastacia Palaszczuk had promised to introduce a national fixed exchange rate for foreign currency settlement, after months of criticism over the lack of currency liquidity.
Ms Palaszczuk has promised to change the law and increase the value of the Australian dollar from $US1.50 to $AU1.50 per $USD to better reflect the cost of goods and services to state institutions.
The Coalition government said at the time the move would help it meet its foreign currency commitments.
“On average, that will take about seven years, but we do it by setting the rate as one dollar at $US1.50 per Australian dollar and there was this constant need to come up with a more stable unit to deal with these kind of costs as the dollar is a volatile commodity that fluctuates al바카라l over the place,” Treasurer Scott Morrison told ABC’s Insiders program.
The new measure won’t impact Queensland residents but will affect all Australians.
Ms Palaszczuk had promised the introduction of a national fixed exchange rate for foreign currency settlement would start on the day of the Australian Open Tennis Championships.
The move will allow for the State Government to pay for more services like 우리카지노food and transport for state workers.
Ms Palaszczuk said she supported the move but it would only be on a 더킹카지노year-to-year basis for the Australian dollar and not as a fixed date for foreign currency settlement, and the scheme would take longer than planned.
“It’s just a question of timing, not necessarily whether this is something that needs to come in by Christmas, because the timing is right,” she said.
The Reserve Bank also told PM it won’t move to the new rate until the Government is sure it can maintain the quality of international payments in Queensland.
“There will be a period during the year where we try to assess, because we are a big importer and a big exporter, how we will manage the payments, how we can handle these sort of risks,” Mr Morrison said.
“But we will maintain that confidence that we will keep that consistent system.”
Labor and the Greens also criticised the Government over the delay to the changeover, but the Federal Opposition say