2018 Federal Budget: NAB Chief Economist Alan Oster audio



NAB Chief Economist Alan Oster provides some initial responses to the 2018 Federal Budget.

Radio quality audio grabs available below including:

  • Grab 1: Alan’s summary of the Budget with few surprises
  • Grab 2: Infrastructure investment and opportunity for SMEs
  • Grab 3: Road and transport infrastructure key winners from the Budget
  • Grab 4: Alan shares his views on tax cuts
  • Grab 5: How Australian businesses benefit from the Budget

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Grab 1: Alan's summary of the budget

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Grab 2: Infrastructure investment

MP3 470 KB Download

Grab 3: Road and transport infrastructure

MP3 400 KB Download

Grab 4: Tax cuts

MP3 316 KB Download

Grab 5: How Australian businesses benefit

MP3 378 KB Download

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