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WA rise despite pandemic fears

May 25, 2020

Despite COVID-19 induced worries the WA property market is in a better position than many expected as sale transactions rose … Continue reading "WA rise despite pandemic fears"
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WA leads way in lifting COVID-19 restrictions

May 21, 2020

NSW Premier Gladys Berejiklian recently announced a wide-scale easing of COVID-19 restrictions for the state to get the economy moving. … Continue reading "WA leads way in lifting COVID-19 restrictions"
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RBA predicts strong economic recovery for Australia

May 18, 2020

A stronger than expected economic recovery is on the cards for Australia if the nation’s successful containment of COVID-19 allows … Continue reading "RBA predicts strong economic recovery for Australia"
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Plan to get 1 million back to work

May 15, 2020

The majority of businesses should be up and running in less than two months by following a comprehensive set of … Continue reading "Plan to get 1 million back to work"
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Quick recovery could reduce Government bailout spend

May 14, 2020

The JobKeeper and JobSeeker schemes, originally budgeted to cost $130 billion with the expectation that 6 million people would require … Continue reading "Quick recovery could reduce Government bailout spend"
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$2.4 billion set for infrastructure projects

May 11, 2020

The State Government is fast tracking tenders for $2.4 billion to kickstart multiple transport infrastructure projects guaranteeing small and medium … Continue reading "$2.4 billion set for infrastructure projects"
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Iron ore and coal generate $10.6 billion trade surplus

May 8, 2020

Strong positive news for Australia, especially WA as March saw a $10.6 billion monthly trade surplus suggesting exports to China … Continue reading "Iron ore and coal generate $10.6 billion trade surplus"
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