The currency union that'd drag Australia south

Like an All Black prop, the push for a trans-Tasman monetary union refuses to yield. But too many elements for an ANZAC dollar are missing.

Since moving across the ditch to New Zealand last year, I have been astonished by how often a potential Trans-Tasman currency union is seriously discussed on this side of the Tasman. In Australia, the issue hardly seems to excite anyone – probably also because Australians have more important things to do than worry about New Zealand.

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