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01.06.2016

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This morning the balance of payments figures surprised economists, many of whom were predicting a poor result that would flow through to tomorrow's GDP number and an expected sharp slowdown in our economic growth. Instead, it seems iron ore once again has 'risen' to the rescue with a surge in exports in the March quarter. ABC business editor Ian Verrender joins PM. Source: abc.net.au

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