November 2012
BRW;11/22/2012, Vol. 34 Issue 45, p6
Trade Publication
The article comments on the chance of Australian Prime Minister and Labor Party Leader Julia Gillard to win in the 2013 prime minister election over Oppossition Leader Tony Abbott. The election poll revealed a 10 point lead of Gillard over Abbott, even though the Coalition has 43 percent of the vote compared with 36 percent to the Labor Party. The author explained that the Liberal Party needs to undergo changes in 2013, particularly its productivity growth strategies, to win the election.


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