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Don’t believe the hype – Australia is not that expensive for those of us who live and work locally.
Like a flashing red light, anger can be a useful tool in making companies more productive by acting as a signal to people that something has gone wrong, an academic argues.
Falling prices are great for consumers, but they can pose tricky problems for retailers.
The review of the Fair Work Act made 53 minor recommendations, but concluded that the industrial relations system is working well.
Productivity growth over the past decade has been “disappointing”, but cannot be blamed on the Fair Work Act, according to a review of the industrial relations regime today.
The rich are getting richer – the top 1% of Australian income earners have had their share of the total national income leap to 8.8%. But can it continue?
The Australian Bureau of Statistics is going to measure online retail sales in a $2.1 million exercise and while retailers welcome the move they have also questioned whether the bureau will be able to fully capture the scale of overseas purchases.
Unemployment increased to 5.2% in June, according to the latest figures from the Australian Bureau of Statistics.
The Reserve Bank of Australia says it will use next week's Consumer Price Index to decide if it is appropriate to cut interest rates at its next meeting.
Why is foreign investment from Asia lagging so far behind trade?
Business finance loans and personal lending fell in February, according to the Australian Bureau of Statistics (ABS).
Unemployment in Australia remained steady at 5.2% in March, according to the Australian Bureau of Statistics (ABS).
Overseas visitors are spending less – part of a structural change that leading operators are cashing in on.
Western Australian exports increased 35% last year, according to an Australian Bureau of Statistics report.
Over the last six months the index growth rate has stalled from an above-trend 4.4% in August to just 2.6% in January.
Australia shed 15,400 part-time jobs in February.