10 August 2016 at 5:39 GMT
The Sydney Morning Herald
Reserve Bank of Australia Governor Glenn Stevens has implored the Turnbull government to take on more debt and spend on worthwhile projects, saying the central bank can't be expected to do all of the work to maintain economic growth. Peter Martin writes that in his farewell speech as governor, Stevens said interest rates were reaching the point where people could "no longer assume that monetary policy can simply dial up the growth we need".
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