Miscellaneous 2019

Post-election economic outlook & tax settings

Source: National

Published Date: 22 Aug 2019


This presentation covers:

  • headline growth figures in WA appear positive
  • most of WA's economic pain is due to the unwinding of business investment
  • investment activity and conditions in the resources sector matters for the WA economy
  • the broader community still benefits from the production phase of the commodity cycle
  • discretionary and non-discretionary consumption has been flat for a prolonged period
  • Asia is characterised by short term volatility but long term opportunity.

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Miscellaneous 2019

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