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Tasmania has tied Victoria for Australia’s best economic performance in CommSec’s quarterly State of the States report.
It’s the first time since October 2009 that the Apple Isle has been on top of the performance rankings.
CommSec has for the last 11 years ranked Australia’s states and territories across eight key economic indicators, comparing each region’s performance against its decade averages.
“Victoria has now held top position in the economic rankings - either outright or shared - for eight quarterly surveys,” CommSec said.
Victoria fell four spots on equipment investment, three spots on dwelling starts and two on relative unemployment while improving on housing finance.
Tasmania lifted two places on relative unemployment and retail trade, and one spot on relative economic growth and construction work.
But it dropped five places on business investment and one spot on relative economic growth.
This article first appeared on 7news.com.au
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