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Crowds at the Adelaide Fringe. While SA's economic performance has been poor, standards of living have held up. Photo: Tony Lewis/InDaily
Opinion

Why decades of poor economic growth haven't ruined SA's standard of living

Despite South Australia’s relatively poor economic performance over the past quarter century, there are broader forces at play that ensure the state’s living standards haven’t fallen as far as expected. Economics commentator Richard Blandy explains.

Business

Economic growth picks up in June

Economic growth improved to 0.8 per cent in the June quarter, driven by stronger commodity exports and public spending and improved household consumption.

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