Executive summary

November 2010
OECD Economic Surveys: Australia;Nov2010 Supplement 3, Vol. 2010 Issue 21, p8
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This article presents summaries of papers appeared in the 2010 publication "OECD Economic Surveys: Australia." The first paper discusses the resilience of the Australian economy during the global economic and financial crisis. The second paper assesses prospects for balanced growth of the economy. Another paper focuses on a decline in productivity growth.


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