Queensland DB super liabilities tipped to fall 18pctBY ALEX DUNNIN | THURSDAY, 15 JUN 2017 12:22PM
Queensland's public sector superannuation liability is expected to fall $7 billion over the next five years, and this is despite the state's defined benefit scheme surplus being partially repatriated.Read more: Queensland, superannuation, defined benefit, Actuary, Queensland Government Insurance Fund, Treasurer, Curtis Pitt, Rainmaker, State Infrastructure Fund
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