Australia is expected to reduce its immigration intake by more than 20 per cent this year, despite official analysis showing that the migrant influx boosts employment and adds billions of dollars to the economy each year.
The federal government's analysis was released this week amid a heated debate about whether Australia should cut its current annual intake of up to 190,000 migrants to avoid urban overcrowding.
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