The federal government has announced its Budget for the 2021–22 financial year. New spending initiatives are focused on a transition from broad-based support for the economy to a more targeted approach. This targeted approach supports a wide range of sectors in the economy and some policy areas where much-needed support is required.
CommBank economists say the Federal Budget delivered fiscal measures designed to support a wide range of sectors and drive economic growth.
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