The latest NAB business survey shows further weakness in business conditions. NAB’s Ivan Colhoun talks through the findings.
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The latest NAB business survey shows further weakness in business conditions. @NAB’s Ivan Colhoun talks through the findings: https://t.co/qDqCec1EjJ