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Incomes Fall as Stressed Economy Struggles

2 days ago − Queensland University of Technology
Australian average incomes are falling with the country's population growth "masking underlying economic weakness", according to a QUT economist. Dr Mark McGovern, a senior lecturer in QUT's Business School, said while it was regularly proclaimed Australia had experienced positive economic growth for more than 20 years, there had been periodic per capita declines, indicating the economy was not as healthy as assumed. …
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