Brash hits back at dissent on growth policy

FEATURE - Former New Zealand Reserve Bank governor Dr Don Brash has hit back at the view that the bank's approach to monetary policy hobbles economic growth reports the New Zealand Herald on Tuesday.

In a speech to the Auckland Rotary Club yesterday (Monday), he specifically targeted the claim that the bank would never allow growth to exceed its estimate for long enough to show that it was wrong.

Brash, soon to be a National Party list candidate, said it was a widespread view in the business

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