Rod Oram on ETS and Monetary Policy

Written By: - Date published: 12:15 pm, November 25th, 2009 - 5 comments
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Rod Oram did a business segment on Nine to Noon yesterday. As usual he went quite deep into the issues. A welcome contrast to Colin Espiner and his very limited level of understanding (“they did it too”) on the complete change of direction in the short-sighted changes to the Emissions Trading Act being pushed through parliament.

Rod Oram, Nine to Noon, Business – MP3, Just over 17 minutes.

5 comments on “Rod Oram on ETS and Monetary Policy”

  1. richard 1

    And his opinion piece in the Sunday Star Times (“A Costly Exercise In Hypocrisy”) was also excellent.

  2. outofbed 2

    i though Kathryn Ryan was unnecessarily dismissive good on Oram for keeping going

  3. BLiP 3

    “Front end fiscal consolidation”

    W T F !!!!

  4. John Dalley 4

    I’m going to float an opinion here that i stated earlier. “Within 10 years Australia’s wealth will dramatically reduce and will be much closer to NZ”
    My reasoning is this, mineral wealth. Australia is highly dependent on sales to China but China is busily expanding it’s funding of cash poor but mineral rich African (and other) countries and within 10 years will have considerably less dependence on Australia.

  5. c’mon over.. all yours!

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