you can't win every year

Eslake, Saul
April 2011
Charter;Apr2011, Vol. 82 Issue 3, p18
In this article, the author discusses the growth performance of several industries amidst the global financial crisis in Australia. The author says that the mining sector showed economic growth while the other sectors of the economy were struggling. He mentions that the spending of the mining industry raised the activity in other areas of the economy. He adds that the distribution between the fastest and slowest state or territory real growth rate in 2009-2010 was smaller than the past 20 years.


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