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Chief economist update: Capex and credit and the trade warBY BENJAMIN ONG | FRIDAY, 1 JUN 2018 11:00AM
Australia - tariff-exempt as it may be - wouldn't be able to escape the negative consequences of an all-out trade war, i.e. weaker global growth, rising inflation and reduced profits.
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