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Australian Commonwealth Budget 2017-18

Australia's Commonwealth Budget has been unveiled, with a focus on security, fairness and opportunity.

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Below BlueNotes, along with ANZ Research, presents its comprehensive coverage of the event, including video, graphics, data, insights and analysis. 

The ten biggest Twitter themes of #Budget2017

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Here’s what set the world of social alight on the night of the budget.

SHANE WHITE
BlueNotes senior production editor

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Kate Gibson speaks on video about the impact of the federal budget on small businesses.

GABRIELLE MITCHELL
BlueNotes contributing editor

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The federal budget tries to balance spending with a creative search for revenue.

RICHARD YETSENGA
Chief Economist, ANZ

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The Australian Commonwealth Budget maintains a projected return to surplus in 2020-21.

DAVID PLANK
Head of Australian Economics at ANZ

The 2017-18 Australian Commonwealth Budget has taken control of the economic debate.

RICHARD YETSENGA
Chief Economist, ANZ

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Cash deficits may be higher in the budget – but should turn to surplus by 20-21.

CHERELLE MURPHY
Senior economist, ANZ

The views and opinions expressed in this communication are those of the author and may not necessarily state or reflect those of ANZ.

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