Positive signs ahead for motorists

By Colin Brinsden, Aap Economics and Business Correspondent
Updated June 27 2022 - 5:21am, first published 5:18am
The global economy risks a toxic mix of low growth and rising prices, also known as stagflation.

The national average for unleaded petrol struck its second highest level in history last week, with every state and territory now paying more than $2 per litre, but there are signs of better times ahead for motorists.

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