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Western Australia’s 2021-22 budget affirms that its pandemic lock out approach and record high iron ore prices helped the state post one of the world’s strongest growth rates last financial year. But labour shortages will act as a drag on the economy until its borders re-open.
Governments and organisations are considering measures to supplement the commonly used Gross Domestic Product (GDP), to provide a more holistic picture of economic health.
The OECD/G20 inclusive framework has recently made progress towards addressing the tax challenges associated with digitalisation, with more than 130 jurisdictions committing to a joint solution on corporate taxes.
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The Australian property market has grown exponentially over the past few decades, defying the global financial crisis (GFC) and now a pandemic. What makes it so resilient, and should steps be taken to cool it down?
Tasmania’s 2021-22 budget affirms that its lock out approach during lockdowns helped it to record strong growth. But as Australia moves to an 80 per cent vaccination rate, this strategy is reaching its expiry date.
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As countries around the world race to get their populations vaccinated, economists are closely watching for correlations between COVID-19 vaccine rollouts and economic recovery.