Sibillin, Anthony
May 2009
BRW;5/7/2009, Vol. 31 Issue 18, p20
Trade Publication
The article examines how the financial crisis affects the allocation of federal budget in Australia. According to Australian Prime Minister Kevin Rudd, it is hard for them to prepare the 2009 budget because of the global economic recession. Federal Treasurer Wayne Swan notes that the budget aims to support jobs through economic stimulus and lay out a pattern for the future to bring the budget back to surplus.


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