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Is the Grass Greener in Australia?

Vishnu Varathan, Head of Economics & Strategy, Mizuho Bank, Singapore

07-Jun-17 07:37

Is the Grass Greener in Australia?

The Morning Run crew gives you their take on today's business headlines:

0:16 - Yesterday, the Reserve Bank of Australia decided to keep interest rate at a record low of 1.5%, ahead of today's 1Q17 GDP announcement. We speak to Vishnu about the current state of the Australian economy.

7:51 - ADB study shows 2.8 million immigrants with university degrees left to work for richer nations for the decade through 2010-2011.


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Tags:  AustraliaGDPeconomic growthRBAinterest ratedomestic fundingfiscal budgetbalanced budgetretail salescommodity pricesimmigrantsAsian Development Bankbrain drainMalaysian migrantshighly-skilled talent


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