How are the ANZAC economies looking?

Three very different economies share a common war memory. Australia, New Zealand and Turkey are drawn together today in reflection but stand apart in the world of global economics.

While ANZAC day is generally remembered for issues relating to the battle Australian and New Zealand troops had with the Turks at Gallipoli 98 years ago and not for economic reasons, I am using my ANZAC day column to make a few comparisons between the economies today of Turkey, New Zealand and Australia.

I simply outline a range of economic and other indicators as stand-alone facts. There are interesting differences between the three of us.

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