BCEC Quarterly Economic Commentary, December 2017
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Cassells, R. and Duncan, A. and Kiely, D. 2017. BCEC Quarterly Economic Commentary: December 2017. Bankwest Curtin Economics Centre. Perth, WA.
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This is the first of Bankwest Curtin Economics Centre’s Western Australia Quarterly Economic Commentary analysing the most recent data on economic and social indicators for WA.
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