In the media | 07 May 2024

CNBC: Fall in Australia’s inflation rate will be a ‘protracted process,’ says Oxford Economics


Sean Langcake, Head of Macroeconomic Forecasting at Oxford Economics Australia, discusses Australia’s upcoming budget.

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