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She’ll be right

2 May 2012 By Wayne Arnold

The central bank’s rate cut looks like a response to a slowing China, which will weigh on Australia’s commodity exports. Yet that exposes it to new risks. Australia has built up a reliance on foreign investors to fund its current account deficit. Lower rates could scare them away.

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