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BUDGET 2021: in pictures

Economists, ANZ

Published May 11, 2021

There’s something for everyone in the 2021 Australian Federal Budget, with a range of policy measures unveiled across several key parts of business and the economy.

The high levels of spending have surprised many, showing a strong commitment to the new fiscal strategy of continuing to spend until the unemployment rate is below where it was prior to the pandemic.

You can see all the key details in our easy-to-read and easy-to-share infographic below.

Adelaide Timbrell & Hayden Dimes are Economists at ANZ

BUDGET 2021: in pictures
Adelaide Timbrell & Hayden Dimes
Economists, ANZ

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