Downhill from here

Richardson, Chris
September 2002
BRW;9/5/2002, Vol. 24 Issue 35, p22
Trade Publication
Speculates on the possible timeline of the next economic downturn in Australia. Relationship of the overall downturn with downturn in the housing industry; Role of commercial construction and business spending in cushioning the downturn.


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