Inflation, a housing bubble, a current account deficit and growing dependence on China – In recent decades, Australia has booming with the costs and benefits of repeated mining treated. Between 1996 and 2007, however, Australia had most of these problems under control, growing at impressive rates, one of the most developed countries. But competitiveness in its non-mining declined. Since the financial crisis, additional challenges associated with climate change minerals ta … Read more »

Inflation, a housing bubble, a current account deficit and growing dependence on China – In recent decades, Australia has booming with the costs and benefits of repeated mining treated. Between 1996 and 2007, however, Australia had most of these problems under control, growing at impressive rates, one of the most developed countries. But competitiveness in its non-mining declined. Since the financial crisis, additional challenges of climate change, minerals tax, migration, and an overvalued currency have connected the questions that Julia Gillard and her Labor Party complicated, with a very thin majority.
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Laura Alfaro,
Richard H.K. Vietor,
William Russell,
Hilary White
Source: Harvard Business School
31 pages.
Release Date: 1 August 2012. Prod #: 713015-PDF-ENG
Australia: Commodities and competitiveness HBR case solution

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