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"The stage three tax cuts would put nurses and CEOs on the same marginal tax rate. What kind of society entrenches that sort of social stratification?"
"The stage three tax cuts would put nurses and CEOs on the same marginal tax rate. What kind of society entrenches that sort of social stratification?"
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>"Australian employment unexpectedly dropped in July, giving the Reserve Bank scope for a more flexible approach in its _...Read More_
>"Australian employment unexpectedly dropped in July, giving the Reserve Bank scope for a more flexible approach in its _...Read More_
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"Buying less may not directly translate into GDP. But it would have benefits for our planet and ease some of the supply-side inflationary pressures"
"Buying less may not directly translate into GDP. But it would have benefits for our planet and ease some of the supply-side inflationary pressures"
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"Tight labour markets, geopolitical uncertainty and the climate crisis all present gnarly challenges. Three experts explain the solutions"
"Tight labour markets, geopolitical uncertainty and the climate crisis all present gnarly challenges. Three experts explain the solutions"
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"New treasurer says Labor is ‘not contemplating’ extending fuel excise cut or low and middle income tax offset"
"New treasurer says Labor is ‘not contemplating’ extending fuel excise cut or low and middle income tax offset"
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"Canberra has sought new free-trade deals after its largest trading partner China placed restrictions on some Australian exports in 2020 amid spiralling tensions."
"Canberra has sought new free-trade deals after its largest trading partner China placed restrictions on some Australian exports in 2020 amid spiralling tensions."
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>"Australian Treasurer Josh Frydenberg says the government is ‘investing more in trade diversification’ after China subjected various products from coal to barley to punitive trade actions."
>"Australian Treasurer Josh Frydenberg says the government is ‘investing more in trade diversification’ after China subjected various products from coal to barley to punitive trade actions."
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"What’s the point if the economy can’t get goods and services to people who need them?"
"What’s the point if the economy can’t get goods and services to people who need them?"
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>"Export revenues and low jobless rate combine to cut almost $90bn from projected federal budget deficit"
>"Export revenues and low jobless rate combine to cut almost $90bn from projected federal budget deficit"
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"If wage growth stagnates while global supply chains fracture and commodity prices rise, Australians face reduced purchasing power"
"If wage growth stagnates while global supply chains fracture and commodity prices rise, Australians face reduced purchasing power"
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Matilda Boseley, Cait Kelly, Jordyn Beazley, Paul Karp, Graham Readfearn, Peter Hannam, Daniel Hurst, Benita Kolovos, Stephanie Convery, Tamsin Rose, Ben Butler, Christopher Knaus
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Matilda Boseley, Cait Kelly, Jordyn Beazley, Paul Karp, Graham Readfearn, Peter Hannam, Daniel Hurst, Benita Kolovos, Stephanie Convery, Tamsin Rose, Ben Butler, Christopher Knaus
>"This blog is now closed"
>"This blog is now closed"
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"The GDP’s 3.4% growth in the December quarter only occurred because in the September quarter the economy shrank by the third-biggest amount ever"
"The GDP’s 3.4% growth in the December quarter only occurred because in the September quarter the economy shrank by the third-biggest amount ever"
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>"Australia’s GDP was up 3.4% last quarter of 2021, on the back of pent-up consumer spending. Other factors must drive future growth."
>"Australia’s GDP was up 3.4% last quarter of 2021, on the back of pent-up consumer spending. Other factors must drive future growth."
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"Despite limited direct economic ties, Russia’s invasion of Ukraine has important consequences for Australians too."
"Despite limited direct economic ties, Russia’s invasion of Ukraine has important consequences for Australians too."
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"If we want higher wages, we must win them through deliberate wage-boosting policies."
"If we want higher wages, we must win them through deliberate wage-boosting policies."