Consumption's the cure to Australia's mining malady

Recession fears fail to account for the fact that as mining investment drops off, a lower dollar and interest rates should see consumer spending pick up the slack.

Anyone who has forecast a recession in the last 21 years has been wrong. This is because Australia has not had a recession since 1991, at least according to the existing estimates for GDP and the unemployment rate.


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