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After two consecutive quarters of GDP contraction, Treasurer Josh Frydenberg has confirmed that Australia is in recession.

The combination of last summer’s bushfires and COVID-19 shutdowns have proven to derail the economy.

With this has also come concerns about how America’s flailing economy will hinder Australia’s efforts of economic recovery.

So what does this mean for the average Australian?

 

 

 

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