Macfarlane on prospects for the world economy

In his opening statement to House of Representatives I.J. Macfarlane of the Reserve Bank of Australia said the international environment has not yet improved in the way we had hoped, and the changing fortunes of the US dollar throw an additional complication into the mix. However, to date, the domestic economy has weathered the unfavourable international environment very well, he added.

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Opening Statement to

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