1. The top five things this leading economist thinks will happen in 2021  ABC News
  2. Less danger from JobKeeper end: Deloitte  Bunbury Mail
  3. Coronavirus vaccine a ‘game-changer’ for Australia, says Deloitte  The Australian
  4. Three issues slowing Victoria’s economic recovery  Herald Sun
  5. JobKeeper payment ending will be less dangerous than we expected: Deloitte  7NEWS.com.au
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Last year was a hell of a ride for, well, almost every industry. So what will 2021 bring? Here's how Australia's economy will play in 2021 according to one of our top economists.Last year was a hell of a ride for, well, almost every industry. So what will 2021 bring? Here's how Australia's economy will play in 2021 according to one of our top economists.

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There are concerns about the looming winding back of COVID support measures, such as the JobKeeper wage subsidy.There are concerns about the looming winding back of COVID support measures, such as the JobKeeper wage subsidy.

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The state worst-affected by the pandemic will lead the nation's economic recovery this year.The state worst-affected by the pandemic will lead the nation's economic recovery this year.

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The winding back of support measures in March, such as the JobKeeper wage subsidy, is now looking less dangerous than previously thought because the jobs mark...The winding back of support measures in March, such as the JobKeeper wage subsidy, is now looking less dangerous than previously thought because the jobs mark...

Less danger from JobKeeper end: Deloitte | The Armidale Express | Armidale, NSW

Deloitte forecast grim for wages but paints bright picture for economy if Covid rates remain low and vaccines roll out<br>Deloitte forecast grim for wages but paints bright picture for economy if Covid rates remain low and vaccines roll out

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