KGB: Alan Oster & Tim Toohey

The National Australia Bank and Goldman Sachs chief economists say the dollar's strength needs more consideration and Australia's transition from mining investment is short on support, while China sits at a turning point.

National Australia Bank chief economist Alan Oster and Goldman Sachs chief economist Tim Toohey tell Alan Kohler, Robert Gottliebsen and Stephen Bartholomeusz:

Why Australian growth is likely to come in lower than expected.

Australia is on track for three rate cuts in the year ahead as unemployment rises and the Australian dollar remains strong.


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