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Govt accounts unexpectedly in the black as lumpiness continues

Friday 17th January 2020

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The government’s accounts were unexpectedly in the black in the first five months of the fiscal year, as the lumpy tax take remained hard to predict. The operating balance before gains and losses was a surplus of $129 million in the five months ended Nov. 30, smaller than the $264 million surplus...

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