Coronavirus: Immigration crash to tear $40bn-a-year hole in Australian economy - The Australian

The suspension of the immigration pipeline is shrinking the economy by up to $40bn a year, but a staged resumption that prioritises migrants with in-­demand skills could help revive industries crippled by shortages of skilled workers, leading economists and immigration experts say. Click here to read the full article. 

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