The changes will likely cut credit card interest rates and other charges for customers, reducing revenue for financial institutions, which currently earn nearly A$3.0 billion a year from the cards.
But Australia's major banks retaliated, saying the cut in revenue will inevitably lead to reduced services for credit card
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