Chinese demand for the state’s exports is critical for mining and farming, and the speed bump some economists are forecasting for China will hit WA. Photo: Stockphoto

WA reprises ‘Cinderella state’ role

The big discounts on offer at this year’s EOFY sales have added a sense of urgency to what is traditionally a peak sales period; and for good reason, as it has been a lousy end to a year that started with promise and fizzled out badly.


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