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Do we want slower population growth for the ACT?

1.4% does not sound like much, perhaps the paltry level of interest paid by the banks at the moment.  It happens however to be Australia’s current rate of population growth, and co-incidentally the rate of population growth for the ACT.  It has Australia on track for a population in 2050 of 40 million up from […]
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