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8755.0 - Construction Work Done, Australia, Preliminary, Mar 2010  
Previous ISSUE Released at 11:30 AM (CANBERRA TIME) 26/05/2010   
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CONSTRUCTION WORK DONE STATES AND TERRITORIES


CHAIN VOLUME MEASURES - TREND ESTIMATES


NEW SOUTH WALES
VICTORIA

Graph: Construction work done, Chain volume measures, trend estimates, New South Wales and Victoria

Construction work done in New South Wales has risen for the last three quarters. Construction work done in Victoria has now risen for the last 12 quarters.


QUEENSLAND
WESTERN AUSTRALIA

Graph: Construction work done, Chain volume measures, trend estimates, Queensland and Western Australia

Construction work done in Queensland has fallen, the fifth consecutive fall. Construction work done in Western Australia fell 0.5% following 24 quarters of growth.


SOUTH AUSTRALIA
TASMANIA

Graph: Construction work done, Chain volume measures, trend estimates, South Australia and Tasmania

Construction work done in South Australia has risen for 10 consecutive quarters. In Tasmania, construction work done has risen for the latest three quarters.


NORTHERN TERRITORY
AUSTRALIAN CAPITAL TERRITORY

Graph: Construction work done, Chain volume measures, trend estimates, Nothern Territory and Australian Capital Territory

Construction work done in the Northern Territory fell 22.1% and has fallen for four quarters. In the Australian Capital Territory, construction work done is showing increases for four quarters.


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