Australia sees signs of economic decline

Experts say country may be experiencing end to boom times as it goes go polls on September 7.

    Australians go to the polls on September 7, and the economy is a key issue in the vote.

    It had been one of the few countries that appeared to have dodged the world financial crisis unscathed.

    However, experts say there are signs that the boom-times may be over for the country rich in natural resources .

    Al Jazeera's Andrew Thomas reports from Sydney.

    SOURCE: Al Jazeera


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