RBA spends $18,000 on governor’s table; refurb could cost up to $68m


Figures released by the Reserve Bank of Australia (RBA) in response to a freedom of information request showed the central bank could spend up to A$68 million ($68.1 million) on the ongoing refurbishment of its premises in Sydney.

The RBA on Thursday verified the information, which was first released in a January 18 letter in response to a journalist's questions. In his letter, Anthony Dickman, the secretary of the central bank, said renovating each of the 17 floors the RBA occupies in its

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