Economy contracts by 1.9 per cent over September quarter | Finance Report

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Australia’s economy shrank by 1.9 per cent in the September quarter which is less than expected, but still the third biggest decline in history.

Alan Kohler on that and why the lockdowns in NSW and Victoria had something to do with it.

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