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New Government needs to optimise our economic engine

ANALYSIS: Our economy underperformed in 2023 because monetary policy wasn't supported by sensible fiscal measures.

WATCH: NBR columnist Christoph Schumacher speaks with Jonathan Mitchell.

The beginning of a new year is always a good time to take stock, so let's review how our economy performed in 2023.

Three key economic indicators are Gross Domestic Product (GDP), inflation and the Official Cash Rate (OCR). This trio received much attention in 2023; overall, the news wasn't good. The

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Christoph Schumacher Mon, 15 Jan 2024
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