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Alan Kohler: What happens when Australia is involuntarily weaned off migration? | ABC News

Australia hasn’t had negative net-migration since 1917, when 300,000 Australian soldiers left to fight World War I. Population growth has walked hand-in-glove with economic growth, so what happens when we’re weaned off migration due to COVID-19?

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