Economy with the truth

September 2008
BRW;9/18/2008, Vol. 30 Issue 37, p31
Trade Publication
The article reports on the steps taken by the Australian Bureau of Statistics to make $22 million in savings as requested by the government. According to the author, the bureau opted to make cuts across a range of services, including cutting the scope of its monthly reporting of retail pricing, trade and labor market statistics. The negative implication of the cuts, according to economists, is discussed.


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