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Construction struggles, government support confuses, credit cards attract more complaints than BNPL

With the construction industry brought to a halt, getting back to spending could be the key to recovery.
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Motley Fool Australia Chief Investment Officer Scott Phillips joined Weekend Sunrise on Sunday to discuss the impact of lockdowns on the construction industry, the patchwork of government COVID support and why the number of credit card complaints are much higher than for BNPL.

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