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Stephen Kirchner

"...what we usually observe is a drop in transaction volumes."

Indeed. Take a look at the growth subtraction due to ownership transfer costs in the Australian national accounts in recent quarters!

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Take a look at the growth subtraction due to ownership transfer costs in the Australian national accounts in recent quarters!

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