In the first instalment of the United States Studies Centre's new debate series, James Laurenceson and Jared Mondschein go head to head over who is Australia's most important economic partner, the United States or China?
This report examines how foreign investment entering the Australian economy gives rise to a more advantageous set of employment outcomes.
China's decision to cut interest rates by 0.25% seemed to attract a lot of attention in Australia, writes James Laurenceson in The Conversation .
The regulated benchmark lending and deposit rates in China now stand at 6.31% and 3.25%, respectively. So enthusiastic...