New super Shadow Minister as PM acknowledges Labor's plansBY DARREN SNYDER | WEDNESDAY, 14 OCT 2015 11:49AM
New Shadow Minister for Financial Services and Superannuation, Jim Chalmers, said he will build on Labor's proud record in superannuation and advance a "more resilient, fair and competitive financial system."
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