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John Garnaut, on the RBA’s not so distant past:

Back then [1989], the Reserve Bank was a crusty old institution in desperate need of reinvention and it still hated the idea of being run by an outsider.

Some would argue that not a whole lot has changed.

posted on 26 August 2006 by skirchner in Economics

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