Australia's central bank shifts focus to growth


Australia's central bank has cut its key interest rate to 3.75% from 4.25%.

This is the third cut in seven months as the economic conditions continue to worsen.

Most recently, new home sales fell to their lowest level in more than a decade, prompting calls for action.

The BBC's Duncan Kennedy reports from Sydney on why the need for growth may be trumping fears about inflation.

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