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Australia's net migration intake drops to negative levels for the first time since World War II

SBS Tuesday, 6 October 2020
The federal government has revealed its plans to attract the “best and brightest” skilled migrants from around the world when international borders reopen, as Australia enters its slowest population growth in more than a century.
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