THE Government shifted the focus of its economic attack to Tony Abbott yesterday after the opposition leader cited a once recession-ravaged New Zealand as an example of how Australia should have approached the global financial crisis.
LONDON. Shops across Britain raised their prices yesterday because of an increase in the taxation on goods and
Only untrained eyes see this as "the recession we didn't have".
When Kevin Rudd first suspected the world economy might be about to implode, he asked the secretary of the Treasury, Ken Henry, to come fly with him.
Another week, another round of not-so-terrible indicators about the state of the economy. It's getting easier to believe and harder to doubt this recession will be a lot milder than we're used to.