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Building Costs Rise in Australia

The cost of construction is on a historic high in Australia. Over the past year, the cost of building has increased by 4% which is not just higher than the historic average, but is also higher than the growth over the past five years. 168 more words

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Australia and China enter into economic deal

After a decade of negotiations and talks, Australia and China are going to enter into a free trade agreement together. The deal will be drafted and signed in 2015 and will promote the existing economic relations between the countries. 171 more words

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Youth unemployment a key challenge as boomers retire

A new report highlights one of Australia’s greatest economic challenges: convincing employers to take on young people to replace retiring baby boomers.

The latest AMP NATSEM (National Centre for Social and Economic Modelling) report focuses on the labour market and the demographic challenges it faces. 262 more words

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Tony Abbott achieves the impossible: unity among economists

Economists are refuting the three big picture claims made by the government: 1) We have a budget emergency 2) We have a debt crisis and 3) The carbon tax was ruining the economy… 953 more words

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We know Abbott's budget emergency is fake. So where are his real enemies?

Tony Abbott’s fair-weather allies got their wishes because they encountered little real opposition from social movements over the past six years. That has to change… 1,213 more words

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UK and Australian Prime Ministers Hold Press Conference, Cameron Looks To The Future Abbott Praises Thatcher And Focuses On Colonial Past

Prime Minister David Cameron is on his first visit to Sydney ,Australia where he will be attending an Infrastructure breakfast with Australian Prime Minister before addressing the Australian Parliament in Canberra. 278 more words

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Abbott Puts His "Focus And Faith" In Big Business

Tony Abbott has stated that he unapologetically puts his government’s focus on and their faith in the private sector, In other words money is more important than skin and bones. 112 more words

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