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Immigration the missing piece of the COVID economic recovery

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Population growth will be the missing piece of Australia’s economic recovery out of the coronavirus pandemic
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net migration will be in a deficit of 72,000 and a deficit of 22,000 people in 2021-22
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jurisdictions such as NSW and the ACT pushing for their return
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NSW Treasurer Dominic Perrottet last week called for a portion of inbound arrivals to be made available to students to keep the university sector and other businesses that rely on them sustainable for one more year.
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Morrison government has resisted such calls saying the almost 40,000 Australians looking to come home should be given priority
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shake up short-term visas to make sure they were meeting business needs.
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where Australians do not fill these jobs
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extra supply leads to extra demand
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