Economy comes to the fore in Australian elections

As the Australian election approaches both Labour and the Liberal-National coalition will seek to convince voters they are the best possible stewards of the economy.

There are a lot of similarities between their proposals. Both sides have promised to cut company taxes and return to a budget surplus within three years.

But there are several key differences. The BBC's Nick Bryant reports from Sydney on what sets them apart.

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