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Victoria has accused the federal government of ‘desperately’ trying to avoid scrutiny over its plan to carve up GST revenue after it delayed a crucial report by several months.

The Productivity Commission’s report into GST was due in January but the federal government has pushed the deadline back to May 15, a week after the federal budget.

Victoria’s Treasurer Tim Pallas on Thursday said the delay is ‘yet another desperate attempt to avoid scrutiny’ over the federal government’s proposal to cut Victoria’s GST allocations by almost $1 billion.