The Federal Government is in a state of emergency after the coronavirus epidemic hit Australia.

And with that, a lot of people are borrowing money to buy things and things can get lost in the shuffle.

A lot of things that are going to be on the shelves, like televisions, smartphones, things like that, are going for about $400,000 or so.

I can buy a laptop that costs about $1,200.

But if I want to buy a fridge, I can buy it for about that amount.

So what happens when the economy starts to tank?

What happens to the people who are borrowing that money?

So that’s where we’re at now, really, because we’re not even really getting a good picture.” “

If you’re going to get a $400 phone, you’re probably going to end up spending $800 or $900.

So that’s where we’re at now, really, because we’re not even really getting a good picture.”

In the short-term, there are people who can borrow money, like for a trip or to make some repairs.

But in the long-term?

People are worried that if the economy slows down, that could lead to a huge financial hit for the country.

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