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US quarterly GDP is at its highest point since 2014, but it's unlikely to last for a number of reasons.

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The customers of rapidly expanding digital financial services are uniquely exposed to IT security breaches and must be armed to be savvy digital citizens, write Lotte Schou-Zibell and Nigel Phair.

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There is no reason to doubt the economic and cultural benefits that international university students bring to Australia, writes Laurie Pearcey.

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Four major consumer electronics manufacturers, including Philips and Pioneer, have been fined $170 million by the European Commission for anti-competitive conduct, writes Rob Nicholls.

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Almost 30 years ago the world responded to the realisation that our ozone layer was in trouble. But an alarming recent development shows there is no room for complacency, write Shane Keating and Darry Waugh.

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Persistently low inflation puts the Reserve Bank in a difficult position where the right thing to do might be doing nothing at all, writes Richard Holden.

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A UN committee has identified numerous ways in which Australia is falling short on the rights of women and children – it must now take the committee's recommendations seriously, write Maria Nawaz and Tess Degan.

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Activists have raised the issue of student sexual assault and harassment on campus for more than 30 years. It's time students had a real say in how universities respond, writes Andrea Durbach.

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A big increase in employment but the unemployment is flat. Addressing this will be a challenge as all our options have downsides.

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Discover why male-dominated sex ratios in Australia’s history could still be affecting attitudes today.

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