Never mind growth goals, Hockey’s G20 performance is what counts
Glenn Dyer and Bernard Keane|
Feb 24, 2014 12:42PM |EMAIL|PRINT
The growth forecasts of the weekend G20 meeting are unlikely to hold, but Joe Hockey’s good performance is what matters for Australia anyway, Glenn Dyer and Bernard Keane write.
So, “centre-left movement” no longer: Treasurer Joe Hockey has evidently tempered his views after his first, and successful, performance on the international stage over the weekend. He hosted G20 finance ministers and central bankers and emerged claiming his plan for growth had triumphed.
The group committed the world’s largest economies to work to lift economic growth by