Will Australia always depend on the natural resources sector?

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Will Australia always depend on the natural resources sector?

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Old 06-23-2013, 01:11 AM
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While at this moment in time there are signs of a slowdown in the Australian economy, recent twelve-month figures showed growth of 2.5% against expected growth of 2.7%, the fact remains that the economy has performed exceptionally well since the worldwide downturn which began in 2008. Sometimes critics do not give the Australian government, and [...]

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