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Being as he is the Airport Economist, Tim takes a look at how the voting blocs that will decide the upcoming Australian elections are reflected by the airport terminals that members fly out of. Why is the international terminal so divided? What concerns domestic, middle-class workers flying out of Terminal 3? Let him fill you in on what his airport experiences say about what is to come in Australian politics.
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Terminal Trends for the Australian Election

Being as he is the Airport Economist, Tim takes a look at how the voting blocs that will decide the upcoming Australian elections are reflected by the airport terminals that members fly out of. Why is the international terminal so divided? What concerns domestic, middle-class workers flying out of Terminal 3? Let him fill you in on what his airport experiences say about what is to come in Australian politics.

 

Winnie Lam

The Airport Economist is your guide to doing business in the Asian Century.

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