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The fall in the value of the US dollar and a surge in housing prices in Australia are two key factors behind the current slump.
Here are the biggest trends to watch as we approach 2018.
Australia’s economy has been growing steadily for the past four years, but the global economy is slowing down.
Australia is the only developed country that has a recession, with GDP growth in the quarter of 6.5 per cent.
This year the Government is considering cutting income tax for the middle classes and lowering stamp duty.
It is also proposing a $1.8 billion cut to the Medicare rebate.
However, these plans have been criticised by the Australian Tax Office, which has warned that they will have a negative impact on Australian employment and reduce Australia’s gross domestic product.
The Federal Government is also considering slashing the carbon tax, which would hit businesses and the economy hardest.
Australia also has a carbon tax.
This tax applies to most of the goods and services produced in Australia, including electricity and gas.
If this tax is abolished, it will leave Australia’s CO2 emissions on a par with those of Germany.
The price of petrol in Australia will be reduced, which could cause an increase in petrol prices in the short term.
If the carbon levy is increased, it could cause inflationary pressures.
The Government is planning to introduce a gas tax, although this could hurt domestic demand and push up petrol prices.
The Reserve Bank has warned about the impact of higher petrol prices on inflation.
This could impact the Australian dollar and cause inflation.
The government is also exploring a change in the GST system, which it says will have an impact on household spending and could lead to higher prices.
In terms of financial services, the Reserve Bank is keeping its sights firmly on Australia’s banks, as it is the biggest financial institution in the world.
This will lead to a higher number of bankruptcies in Australia.
The central bank has also warned that the banking system will be weakened if the Reserve Act is repealed, which is expected to happen in 2018.
This legislation sets up a framework for a banking crisis, but it is expected that there will be some improvements in terms of the structure of banks.
Australia has a high rate of unemployment, which means that there are many people looking for work.
This means that the economy is struggling.
This is a big problem for the Australian economy.
Australia will also see a fall in tourism, which accounts for about 15 per cent of the country’s GDP.
Tourism has been the largest contributor to the economy in recent years, contributing almost $20 billion to the Australian economic growth.
It also accounts for almost half of the value added in Australia’s exports.
This has been a very strong growth driver, which helped to create the countrys biggest export sector, construction.
A fall in overseas investment, and an increase of international competition, will also have a knock-on impact on the Australian construction sector.
In the short-term, Australia will have to rely on its banks to support the economy.
This includes interest rates, which have been low and could be cut in the near future.
The Australian dollar will fall further.
It has weakened against other currencies and is expected by some analysts to fall further in the coming months.
As the Australian Government considers its fiscal strategy, the value and direction of the economy will be crucial.
The global economic crisis has had a devastating impact on Australia.
Australia already has one of the lowest tax rates in the developed world.
However this will become a more difficult challenge when the Australian tax rate is lowered, which will hit the Australian budget in the first quarter of 2019.
There are also concerns that the Federal Government will increase the GST to help pay for its spending.
The reduction in income tax will also cause inflation, with wages likely to rise.
However Australia is already experiencing the effects of a global economic slowdown, with household debt increasing.
Australia may be in for a difficult year ahead.
The impact of the global economic downturn is likely to be felt by the world economy.
The international community is concerned that the US economy is also facing a slowdown, and may consider cutting funding for the World Bank and other global development organisations.
This would have a severe impact on global growth.
Australia can expect some problems ahead.
This article was originally published in The Conversation.