Australian Reserve Bank to keep tower

AUSTRALIA - The Reserve Bank of Australia (RBA) has key offices in capital cities of Australia. In late 2001, it has decided to keep its Melbourne office at 60 Collins Street.

The RBA has slimmed down and increased efficiency recently, leading it to sell property assets in Brisbane, Perth and Hobart. Parts of the Melbourne headquarters are leased to some prestigious tenants. The RBA has decided to lease out some of the space in its Sydney headquarters, in Martin Place. The RBA does not need all

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