Australian Left Review


R. Dixon


In 1968 the Australian economy will face two new pressures — the effect of British devaluation of the pound sterling and the subsequent United States restrictions on dollar investment abroad. Richard Dixon considers where these pressures will be felt and suggests some alternatives to those generally offered.



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