Carbon tax torment or Mickey Mouse?

An analysis of economic data since the carbon tax was introduced shows the policy's real effect on the Australian economy.

Since the carbon price was put in place on 1 July 2012, the available information suggests the economy is still growing, jobs are still being created, underlying inflation and wages growth are moderate, interest rates remain low, the credit rating agencies have reiterated the triple-A status of Australia and share prices and the Australian dollar have, on average, risen.


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