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CANBERRA/SYDNEY (Reuters) - Laws to overhaul Australia's renewable energy scheme were introduced into parliament on Wednesday in a move that should reassure industry and underpin billions of dollars in investments.

The laws are expected to pass a vote in the Senate in the coming weeks, a step that would be a rare victory for Prime Minister Kevin Rudd's otherwise stalled efforts to fight climate change and a boost ahead of elections later this year.

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