Pain on the way post-September, economists warn

Kirsten Lawson
Updated July 3 2020 - 7:02am, first published July 2 2020 - 5:07pm
Economist Saul Eslake. Picture: Brodie Weeding
Economist Saul Eslake. Picture: Brodie Weeding

The government should spend an extra $100 billion a year for two years to support the economy, economist Stephen Koukoulas said on Thursday, among a chorus of voices warning of economic disaster post-September.

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Kirsten Lawson

Kirsten Lawson

Political reporter

It's about the truth for me. That means asking questions. Then asking more questions. On the best days, we get answers.

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