Josh Frydenberg (@JoshFrydenberg )

Josh Frydenberg

Bio Treasurer, Deputy Leader of the Liberal Party, Federal Member for Kooyong.
Location Authorised J. Frydenberg MP, Liberal Party, Camberwell, VIC
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iPhone : Our economy is fighting back in the face of a once-in-a-century pandemic.

Australia has performed better on the health & economic front than almost any other country in the world.

While many challenges remain, Australians can be optimistic about our future.

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iPhone : Australia’s economy is coming back.

Today’s National Accounts show the largest quarterly increase in GDP since 1976.

The road ahead will be long & hard, but our economy has demonstrated its remarkable resilience & the recovery is underway.

iPhone : The OECD has upgraded its growth forecasts for Australia following #Budget2020.

Australia’s economic recovery is well underway with the Morrison Government’s Economic Recovery Plan helping to create jobs across the country.

Read more here👇 joshfrydenberg.com.au/latest-news/oe…

iPhone : Dame Margaret Guilfoyle was a great Australian & the first woman in cabinet with a ministerial portfolio.

Today I paid my respects in a condolence motion in the House.

May she Rest In Peace.

My full speech➡️bit.ly/2HU4gBg

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iPhone : Australia’s economic recovery is gaining momentum with ATO data showing 2 million fewer Australian workers & 450,000 fewer businesses on #JobKeeper in Oct, compared to Sept.

The road ahead remains long & hard but there is reason for confidence & hope.

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iPhone : This morning I joined Josh Frydenberg to announce the Morrison Government extension of HomeBuilder until 31 March 2021. HomeBuilder is generating a pipeline of work for tradies and is crucial to supporting the construction industry which employs up to one million Australians.

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iPhone : HomeBuilder was dismissed as a subsidy for wealthy renovators but it's new home buyers using the federal payment cash to get their housing start. theage.com.au/national/victo…