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  • Title: Deloitte Access Economics - Home
    Descriptive info: .. Deloitte Access Economics.. About Us.. Overview.. Our People.. Recruitment.. News.. Our Services.. Economic Analysis & Policy.. Health Economics & Social Policy.. Macroeconomic Policy & Forecasting.. Publications & Reports.. Subscription Publications.. Purchase Publications Online.. Browse Report.. HealthEdata.. Methodology.. Subscriptions.. Gallery.. Order online.. Contact Us.. Key Contacts.. Office Locations.. Purchase.. Publication.. release dates.. Business Outlook.. Sept 14 issue.. Available to subscribers 13 Oct.. Public release 27 Oct.. more.. Investment Monitor.. Sept 14 issue.. Available to subscribers 21 Oct.. Public release 30 Oct.. Retail Forecasts.. Aug 14 issue.. Now available.. Employment Forecasts.. Available week beg 3 Nov.. Budget Monitor.. Nov 2014 issue #86.. Available Nov.. Policy, regulatory strategic advice; forecasting and modelling services.. Deloitte Access Economics is one of Australia s most recognised economics advisory practices.. Our team is a leader in policy, regulatory, health economics and strategic advisory, as well as forecasting and modelling services that provide detailed business insights ranging across sectors and regions.. We provide services to a wide range of government and private sector clients throughout Australia, Asia Pacific and globally as a member of Deloitte s global economics network.. Access Economics has set the benchmark for economic analysis and insight in Australia.. In early 2011, the directors and staff of Access Economics joined Deloitte.. The team s impressive track record and reputation for independence, integrity and authority place it at the apex of government and business advisory, helping to  ...   weaknesses of Australia's approach to natural disaster data and research.. Understanding the economic and social value of UnitingCare Queensland.. Deloitte Access Economics was commissioned by UnitingCare Queensland to develop a report examining the organisation's economic significance and contribution to the Australian economy.. m.. ore.. Over the coming decades the Namoi Catchments's economy is expected to be impacted by both the effects of climate change and a reduction in irrigation entitlements held in the region as a result of the Murray Darling Basin Plan.. Financial System Inquiry.. Shaping the future: Deloitte response to the Interim Report.. The David Murray Inquiry has reviewed the Wallis framework for the financial system to see how well it is suited to current conditions, taking into account the lessons from the Global Financial Crisis.. The challenge for the Inquiry is to develop a framework that has a 10-15 year vision for financial services, given trends in technology, globalisation and ageing.. Visit Deloitte Australia.. Copyright © 2012 Deloitte Access Economics Pty Limited.. All rights reserved.. See.. Legal.. for copyright and other legal information.. Deloitte refers to one or more of Deloitte Touche Tohmatsu Limited, a UK private company limited by guarantee, and its network of member firms, each of which is a legally separate and independent entity.. Please see.. About Deloitte.. for a detailed description of the legal structure of Deloitte Touche Tohmatsu Limited and its member firms.. Privacy.. Security..

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  • Title: About Us Overview | Deloitte Access Economics
    Descriptive info: About us.. In early 2011, the Directors and staff of the market leader in economic analysis and insight in Australia, Access Economics, joined Deloitte to create Deloitte Access Economics.. Deloitte Access Economics is one of Australia s leading providers of economic consulting, modelling, and forecasting services to the public and private sectors.. Our highly qualified and experienced team are leaders in policy, regulatory and strategic advisory services.. Our work is widely recognised for its analytical excellence, innovation, independence and credibility.. The team has a national presence in Australia offering diverse services to a wide range of government and private sector clients throughout Australia, New Zealand and the Asia Pacific region.. Our success reflects our highly skilled team and depth of business, policy and academic experience.. We work with our clients to provide high quality analysis and  ...   social policy, including evaluations;.. general equilibrium modelling, for policy and scenario analysis, impact assessment and climate change;.. financial sector modelling, funding assessments and strategic planning;.. demand and supply analysis, workforce analysis and microsimulation models;.. costing, contribution analysis, cost benefit and cost effectiveness analysis; and.. Regulatory impact assessment.. Meet the team.. Deloitte Access Economics is a division of Deloitte s national Economics Infrastructure Advisory (EIA) team.. As well as encompassing Deloitte Access Economics, one of Australia s premier economics practices, the EIA team offers expertise in infrastructure advisory and financial modelling capabilities.. Our team is comprised of highly experienced professionals with deep industry experience in passenger transport, logistics and freight transport, energy, water and resources sectors.. In addition, the dedicated business modelling group specialises in financial models to help you evaluate and make key decisions for your business..

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  • Title: Our People | Deloitte Access Economics
    Descriptive info: Our team offers highly qualified and skilled people with deep business, policy and academic experience.. Adelaide.. Adrian O'Dea.. Partner.. Ph:+61 8 8407 7143.. email:.. aodea@deloitte.. com.. au.. Brisbane.. Luke Baxby.. Ph:+61 7 3308 7202.. lbaxby@deloitte.. Mark Ingham.. Ph:+61 7 3308 7206.. mingham@deloitte.. Canberra.. Steve Brown.. Ph:+61 2 6175 2000.. stevebrown@deloitte.. Lynne Pezzullo.. lpezzullo@deloitte.. Chris Richardson.. Ph: +61 2 6175 2000.. chrichardson@deloitte.. David Rumbens.. drumbens@deloitte.. Stephen Smith.. stephensmith1@deloitte.. Melbourne..  ...   MelKelly@deloitte.. Paul Liggins.. Ph:+61 3 9671 6648.. pliggins@deloitte.. Kumar Padisetti.. Ph:+61 3 9671 7200.. kpadisetti@deloitte.. Colin Radford.. Ph:+61 3 9671 7522.. cradford@deloitte.. Rob Southern.. Ph:+61 3 9671 6584.. rsouthern@deloitte.. Perth.. Andrew Annand.. Ph:+61 8 9365 7287.. aannand@deloitte.. Matt Judkins.. Ph:+61 8 9365 8095.. mjudkins@deloitte.. Sydney.. Ursula Brennan.. Ph: +61 2 9322 5573.. ubrennan@deloitte.. Mike Kissane.. Ph:+61 2 9322 7233.. mkissane@deloitte.. Dr Ric Simes.. Ph:+61 2 9322 7110.. rsimes@deloitte..

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  • Title: Recruitment | Deloitte Access Economics
    Descriptive info: Recruitment.. Are you interested in working for Deloitte Access Economics?.. One of Australia s leading providers of economic advisory services, Deloitte Access Economics offers work across a broad range of fields including policy, regulatory, health economics; strategic advisory; and economic forecasting and modelling.. Deloitte Access Economics is part of Deloitte s dynamic environment that fosters professional development and career advancement.. At times, opportunities are available in Canberra, Melbourne and Sydney for summer vacation students, graduate recruits and experienced hires.. Learn more by visiting.. Deloitte Careers.. or email.. at Deloitte Access Economics..

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  • Title: News | Deloitte Access Economics
    Descriptive info: The News page is designed to help journalists, clients and others interested in Deloitte Access Economics to obtain the latest news, media contacts, and facts and figures about us.. For media inquiries relating to Deloitte Access Economics, please contact.. Mandy Spicer.. Hot topics.. WA Business Outlook: Economic transition gathers steam.. As a state in transition, Western Australia's growth will slow notably in the short term, under the weight of the mining 'construction cliff'.. However other sectors are showing signs of support for the State's economy.. Wednesday 5 February 2014.. Investment Monitor December 2013: The stall before the fall.. The final quarter of 2013 provided some key positives for the Australian economy.. Thursday 30 January 2014.. Business Outlook December 2013: US recovery accelerating.. The global economy's recovery went soggy as governments wound back stimulus and central banks reached limits on how cheap they could make money.. Tuesday 28 January 2014.. Retail Forecasts November 2013: Salvaging a tough year.. 2013 has been a patchy year for retail sales, stepping down on average from the performance registered during 2012.. Tuesday 3 December 2013.. Budget Monitor Issue #84 November 2013: Surplus remains evasive.. Modesty is the best policy.. Saturday 9 November 2013.. Western Australia well-positioned for the future says Deloitte Access Economics.. Strong demand from both the private and public sectors for economic advice had driven the establishment of a dedicated Deloitte Access Economics team in WA.. Wednesday 30 October 2013.. Investment Monitor September 2013: The trouble with transition.. The Australian economy is in transition.. Tuesday 29 October 2013.. Business Outlook September 2013: The world is recovering, but Oz is still below trend.. Global growth continues to improve, but Australia's outlook remains below trend.. Monday 21 October 2013.. Super-growth sectors worth $250b to build Australia's 'lucky country': Deloitte report.. Contribution to Australian economy could match mining over next 20 years.. Monday 7 October 2013.. Retail Forecasts August 2013: On a wing and a prayer (and a housing recovery).. Monthly movements in retail sales have operated in a very volatile patter so far in 2013.. Tuesday 10 September 2013.. High-speed broadband to deliver significant benefits for Australian households.. Benefits of high-speed broadband for Australian households.. Wednesday 4 September 2013.. Investment Monitor June 2013: A last hurrah.. The last few months could be seen as somewhat of a turning point for the Australian economy.. Tuesday 30 July 2013.. Business Outlook June 2013: Construction cliff looms.. Global growth continues to disappoint, with Europe's challenges likely to linger.. Monday 22 July 2013.. Hotel market conditions soften in Brisbane, Perth as smaller markets grow.. In a clear sign that travel associated with resource sector activity is slowing, hotel occupancy rates in the key mining corporate centres of Brisbane and Perth have softened.. Wednesday 17 July 2013.. Beyond perks and pay: Deloitte Google report shows IT a secret weapon in the 'war for talent'.. New research from Deloitte and Google finds that workplace IT could be the secret weapon to attract and retain staff in the growing 'war for talent'.. Friday 7 June 2013.. Retail Forecasts, May 2013: Taxing times.. The retail environment remains an extremely competitive one.. The March quarter 2013 retail sales survey results were stunning (growth of 2.. 2% in real terms was the strongest quarterly result for six years).. Roles and functions of Native Title Organisations to be reviewed.. The Australian Government has initiated a review of the roles and functions of Native Title Organisations.. Tuesday 4 June 2013.. Budget Monitor #83 May 2013: Dude, where's my $12 billion?.. Turns out the Magic Pudding isn't magic any more.. For a decade now Australian Treasurers have been pulling rabbits out of a hat - delivering better-than-expected Budgets despite a ton of tax cuts, a flurry of family benefits, and a bevy of baby bonuses.. Tuesday 7 May 2013.. Investment Monitor March 2013: Passing the baton.. The Australian economy is changing gears, no more so than when it comes to major project investment.. Wednesday 1 May 2013.. Buddy, can you spare $12 billion?.. Today's address by the Prime Minister to the Per Capita Reform Forum at the National Portrait Gallery saw her reveal the size of this year's revenue shortfall at $12 billion.. Monday 29 April 2013.. Business Outlook March 2013: Australia still in cost cutting mode.. Australia still in cost cutting mode.. Monday 22 April 2013.. Australian small business missing out on digitally-led growth: Deloitte Access Economics.. Small businesses that are highly engaged with the web are two times more likely to be growing  ...   7% over the past year.. Monday 30 July 2012.. Business Outlook June 2012: The glass half full.. While the world continues to fear another Lehman moment amid a shudder in Chinese growth, Australia remains a global standout.. Monday 23 July 2012.. Retail Forecast May 2012: Budget Boost.. Australia's retail sector has been struggling since the post-GFC cash handouts faded - the hit to consumer confidence, fears of job losses and a general need to cut back on consumer debt have impacted Australians.. Thursday 14 June 2012.. Hotel occupancy rates to grow but new property pipeline remains slow.. The forecast in the latest Tourism Hotel Outlook is consistent with expected growth in international visitors, strong domestic business travel and a modest roll out of new hotel developments.. Monday 21 May 2012.. Budget Monitor #81 May 2012: The search for surplus.. The 'tax equation' has changed: the same size of the economy now delivers less tax.. Monday 7 May 2012.. Investment Monitor March 2012: Supply challenges await.. Value of projects rose by $8.. 4 billion, or 0.. 9% in the March quarter, and has increased by 20% over the past year.. Wednesday 2 May 2012.. Business Outlook March 2012: Mining investment into overdrive.. European risks have receded slightly - from 'terrifying' to 'quite worrying'.. Tuesday 24 April 2012.. Government prepaid cards could save Australia nearly $1 billion over next four years.. The benefits and efficiencies of government prepaid cards.. Monday 23 April 2012.. Retail Forecasts February 2012: Walking the tightrope.. There is blue sky ahead, but the economy may need to walk a tightrope for retailers to get there.. Thursday 8 March 2012.. Australian Tourism Hotel Market Outlook, Quarter 1 2012.. A strong Australian dollar, economic uncertainty in traditional inbound markets and local skill shortages all remain challenges.. Monday 27 February 2012.. Investment Monitor December 2011: The Brisbane Line.. Australia's investment agenda continues to grow.. Wednesday 1 February 2012.. Business Outlook December 2011: Eurogeddon?.. Deloitte Access Economics said today that Europe remained the key to global growth in 2012.. Monday 23 January 2012.. The Connected Archipelago.. How the internet is transforming the Indonesian economy.. Wednesday 14 December 2011.. Suncorp delivers 'Queensland an Economic Sugar Hit'.. A Deloitte Access Economics report,.. The Road to Recovery: The impact of insurance following the Queensland summer of disasters.. , released today.. Friday 28 October 2011.. Business Outlook September 2011: Will Europe blow?.. According to the September quarter 2011 issue of Deloitte Access Economics Business Outlook, the self-inflicted woulds of Europe and the United States continue to hurt global growth which peaking in 2010.. Wednesday 19 October 2011.. Retail Forecasts August 2011: Retail waiting to be rescued.. The year saw real retail sales grow by just 1.. 3%, the worst result for 20 years.. Income growth was solid enough through the year, though suffered a major setback from last summer's floods and cyclone.. Tuesday 13 September 2011.. Internet in Australia rivals iron-ore exports.. Adding up the value of the Internet reveals that it has already become as big as iron-ore exports, according to a new report by Deloitte Access Economics.. Monday 1 August 2011.. Investment Monitor June 2011: Investors crank it up.. While the Australian economy has many weak patches at present, investment in major projects is not amongst them.. Thursday 28 July 2011.. Business Outlook June 2011: The 'two speed' screws are tightening.. Forecasters are dialling down estimates for advanced economy growth in the wake of a surge in commodity prices and Japan's awful earthquake.. Monday 25 July 2011.. Budget Monitor #79 May 2011: Surplus ahead - but rocky road first.. There are three big forces in play for this Budget - economics, politics and policy rules.. To understand the Budget backdrop, you have to understand what's happening on all three fronts.. Thursday 5 May 2011.. Investment Monitor March 2011: Two speeds.. The.. March 2011 issue of the Deloitte Access Economics-Arup Investment Monitor sees the overall value of investment projects underway or in planning decreasing by $9.. 1 billion or 1% over the past quarter to $767.. 5 billion.. Nevertheless, it remains at a very high level.. Wednesday 4 May 2011.. Business Outlook March 2011: $A pressures intensify.. The key question for global growth was always just how big a letdown the passing of stimulus would prove.. Wednesday 27 April 2011.. Access Economics joins Deloitte.. The directors and staff of Access Economics have joined Deloitte to create Australia's leading economics advisory practice to be known as Deloitte Access Economics.. Wednesday 2 March 2011..

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  • Title: Our Services Overview | Deloitte Access Economics
    Descriptive info: Our services.. Deloitte Access Economics provides advice to government and leading edge business insights to organisations across Australia and globally.. We provide consultancy services covering economic policy, health economics, forecasting and commentary.. Our capabilities include:.. Economic Analysis and policy.. The economic analysis and policy team helps clients to influence the economic policy debate, participate in regulatory, taxation and policy developments, and plan for the future.. Our advice is designed to influence key decision makers at Government and regulatory levels, to assist with corporate strategic planning and to contribute to improved business bottom-line performance.. Health economics and social policy.. The health economics and social policy team provides services across the health, aged care, disability and social policy sectors to government departments, non-profit organisations and private companies in pharmaceuticals and devices, e-health, workplace health, allied health services,  ...   economic consulting services to assist clients to determine the impact of potential economic, policy and other changes on their business, industry and region.. Subscription publications.. The macroeconomic policy and forecasting team also produce five highly regarded subscription publications (insert link to sub pubs page), aimed at giving clients a leading edge by providing key economic data and analysis.. email us.. or call +61 2 6175 2000.. Speakers.. Deloitte Access Economics can provide speakers for client briefings and presentations to discuss how emerging trends in the economy may affect your business or that of your clients.. Presentations can be tailored to your industry and to the nature of the event board meetings, annual client conferences or business planning events.. If you would like more information or to book a guest speaker for your next event please..

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  • Title: Economic Analysis And Policy | Deloitte Access Economics
    Descriptive info: Economic modelling.. Education.. Digital economy.. Financial Services.. Local government services.. Native Title.. Economic Analysis and Policy.. Our team comprises a specialised Local Government practice with expertise in providing economic, financial and policy advice to Local government such as local councils and state government departments.. Our economic analysis and policy team provide consulting services including:.. Public finance.. Policy and program reviews.. Cost recovery and funding reviews.. Competition and regulation.. Regulatory Impact Statements.. Expert witness work.. Computable  ...   analysis.. Economic contribution studies.. Economic impact studies and project evaluation.. Cost benefit analysis.. Strategic and organisational reviews.. Socioeconomic research.. Community and stakeholder engagement.. Presentations, speeches and facilitation.. Industry sectors that we specialise in:.. Aviation.. Climate change and energy.. Entertainment, sport, culture and events.. Environment and natural resource management.. Financial markets, banking and insurance.. Foreign investment and trade.. Infrastructure.. Innovation and industry development.. Local government and planning.. Mining.. Not-for-profit.. Regional development.. Tax policy.. Telecommunications.. Tourism.. Water..

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  • Title: Health Economics And Social Policy | Deloitte Access Economics
    Descriptive info: Deloitte Access Economics health economics and social policy team provides a range of services across the health, aged care, disability and social policy sectors.. Our clients include government departments; non-profit organisations; pharmaceutical and medical devices companies; funders of programs and services for health, aged, disability and other care; and other services providers in Australia, New Zealand, Asia, Europe, North and South America.. Specialist health economics services.. Pharmacoeconomics, including pricing studies and reviews, PBAC and MSAC submissions.. Disease cost burden analyses, epidemiological and risk factor analysis.. Cost benefit analysis (CBA), cost effectiveness analysis (CEA), cost utility analysis (CUA), return on investment (ROI) analysis.. Health workforce demand and supply modelling and projections.. IP valuation and risk-return profiles in commercialising biotech IP.. Occupational health and safety (OHS) regulation and practice.. Valuation studies, including utility, willingness-to-pay, discrete choice modelling.. Multi-arm Markov modelling estimating Incremental Cost Effectiveness Ratios (ICERs).. Primary research and analysis.. Web-based surveys, market sizing and analysis.. Patient outcome and quality of life studies.. Compliance assessments (dosage, indication, adherence etc).. Diary studies and workshop/focus groups.. Meta-analysis, literature review and  ...   logic models, and care/service pathway mapping, development of performance indicator frameworks.. Experienced in obtaining ethics approval.. High degree of experience and expertise in consultation methods including survey design, semi structured interviews and focus groups.. Integration of economic evaluation tools into evaluation design (including cost benefit and cost effectiveness analysis, and financial impact analysis).. Benchmarking.. Social impact analysis for people with a disability, children and youth, ageing, Indigenous communities and disadvantaged groups.. Policy inputs.. Health care financing and reform (eg, activity based funding, efficient pricing).. Tailored multi-impact modelling of potential/recent policy modification.. Infrastructure, capacity and inter-generational modelling.. Critical peer review, conceptual analysis and stakeholder consultation.. System analysis (eg, acute, sub-acute, primary/community care and allied health pricing and delivery models).. Statistical and econometric modelling.. Predictive modelling with scenario and sensitivity analysis.. Manipulation and analysis of large, complex datasets.. Dynamic Excel modelling across therapeutic areas and treatment protocols.. Actuarial modelling for R D, risk assessment and insurance products.. Cost of capital assessments for new infrastructure investments.. Click here.. to download our brochure.. Contact.. Tel:+61 2 6175 2092.. Email:.. au..

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  • Title: Macroeconomic Policy And Forecasting | Deloitte Access Economics
    Descriptive info: In-House Models.. Specialised Models.. The macroeconomic policy and forecasting team of specialist modelling practitioners provides modelling and economic consulting services to assist clients to determine the impact of potential economic, policy and other changes on their business, industry and region.. Economic modelling forms the backbone for most of our work, whether it be providing policy advice, undertaking research, or generating specific forecasts for clients.. Our private and public sector clients value the rigorous quantitative analysis that is behind the economic advice we provide.. Deloitte Access Economics maintains a number of proprietary in-house economic models, which are supplemented by a wide range of specialised models tailored for individual client needs.. Modelling allows clients  ...   the bottomline or outlook for their business, industry or region.. Equip themselves with solid data and information needed to enter economic or policy debate.. Keep abreast of the key drivers that affect their business.. Our macroeconomic policy and forecasting services are:.. Real estate, property and construction forecasts of demand and supply, wages and prices, materials costs;.. Demographic modelling and forecasting, including at the regional level;.. Workforce planning;.. Government taxation revenue and expenditure modelling and forecasts, detailed policy simulation, Federal budget and policy submissions;.. Superannuation, aged care modelling;.. Subscription publications (insert link to subs pubs).. Training for high level use of Microsoft Excel.. In-house models.. Click to view.. Specialised models.. Click to view..

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  • Title: Publications And Reports Overview | Deloitte Access Economics
    Descriptive info: Publications and reports.. Deloitte Access Economics produces five highly regarded subscription publications, aimed at giving clients a leading edge by providing key economic data and analysis.. Five-to-ten year forecasts for business planners.. Investment Monitor.. Comprehensive guide to new construction and investment projects.. Analysis of the current state of retail sales and consumer spending.. Tailored labour market projections by region, of particular use to  ...   Education and Employment Departments.. The Commonwealth Budget in context.. For information about these publications or subscriptions, please contact.. Kellie Chalker-Hall.. on +61 2 6175 2000 or via.. email.. Deloitte Access Economics also produces a large volume of reports for our clients.. Publicly available reports are available for download.. Please.. if you are interested in obtaining a copy of our publicly available client reports..

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  • Title: Subscription Publications | Deloitte Access Economics
    Descriptive info: This is a quarterly publication aimed at those who require depth of detail about the business environment, analysing prospects across 22 industries and each of the Australian States and Territories.. It provides facts, figures and forecasts on Australian and world growth prospects, interest rates and exchange rates, wages and prices, exports and imports, jobs and unemployment, taxes and public sector spending.. These forecasts strengthen and enhance your strategic planning capacity.. Sample report (pdf).. |.. Sample data (xls).. This quarterly publication provides detailed data on the construction sector - the most cyclical of Australia's major economic drivers.. It lists Australian construction and investment projects, by State, sector and status of each project.. Suppliers will appreciate the project updates and associated contacts, while economists benefit from one of the most comprehensive breakdown of investment prospects available in Australia.. Produced quarterly, is tailored for  ...   sales category are also covered in the Detailed Consumer Spending subscription option.. Employment Forecasts is produced quarterly and provides forecasts and commentary for each industry, plus white collar, blue collar and office demand index (where the latter draws on the 'office intensity' of each industry).. There are three levels of data available: State, City and CBD.. Employment Forecasts is particularly useful in the analysis of property market demand.. Sample report (pdf).. Budget Monitor is the only source of accurate and independent projections of Federal Budget trends in Australia.. Governments often have an incentive to hide potential bad news, and sometimes even good news, thus Budget statements rarely tell the full story.. Time and again Budget Monitor has alerted financial markets and economists to developments not spelled out in official statements.. Produced twice per year, Budget Monitor's track record of accuracy is renowned..

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