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||ABS, Building approvals, Australia, March 2015, cat. no. 8731.0
ABS, Overseas arrivals and departures, Australia, October 2014, cat. no. 3401.0
||ABS, International trade in goods and services, Australia, March 2015, cat. no. 5368.0
||ABS, Retail trade, Australia, March 2015, cat. no. 8501.0
||ABS, Labour force, Australia, April 2015, cat. no. 6202.0
||ABS, Building approvals, Australia – additional information, March 2015, cat. no. 8731.0
||ABS, Housing finance, Australia, March 2015, cat. no. 5609.0
||ABS, Wage Price Index, Australia, March 2015, cat. no. 6345.0
ABS, Overseas arrivals and departures, Australia, November 2014, cat. no. 3401.0
||ABS, Labour force, Australia – detailed electronic delivery, April 2015, cat. no. 6291.0.55.001
||ABS, Sales of new motor vehicles, Australia, March 2015, cat. no. 9314.0
||Dept. of Social Services, Labour market and related payments: a monthly profile, March 2015
||ABS, Overseas arrivals and departures, Australia, December 2014, cat. no. 3401.0
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