Australia’s economy looks set to continue its strong growth, with key economic indicators showing no boats arrived in the last quarter.
“For those looking for a job, for those in small business, for those looking to invest, what we can say is the boats have stopped,” Prime Minister Tony Abbott said today.
He said Australia’s unemployment rate was predicted to fall to no boats in the lead up to Christmas. “This is good news, in particular for young people entering the jobs market”.
Year-on-year business confidence also showed a total lack of boats, while Mr Abbott said the share market would strengthen in coming months to no irregular maritime arrivals.