Last month, the Paris-based OECD published its latest assessment of the Australian economy.
Nobody read it other than those people paid to do so. And it did not, and could not, better inform anybody of desirable future directions because all it did was repeat the bromides and policies that Australian government departments – mainly the Treasury – served up.
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