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OECD warns on mining boom near end MP3

The OECD has questioned the resilience of Australia's economy with the mining investment boom near an end. It warns that the weakening of the mining boom might be only partly offset by a recovery in the non mining sector. The OECD says local political uncertainty about the economy should be resolved after the September election. Source: abc.net.au

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