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Comparing the net foreign liability dynamics of Australia and the United States

  • Phil Garton

    (Treasury, Government of Australia)

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    This article examines the evolution of net foreign liabilities as a share of GDP in Australia and the United States. The two countries have been running similarly large current account deficits in recent years. But while net foreign liabilities have been growing steadily as a share of GDP in Australia they have, remarkably, been falling in the US.

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    Article provided by The Treasury, Australian Government in its journal Economic Roundup.

    Volume (Year): (2007)
    Issue (Month): 4 (December)
    Pages: 101-117

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    Handle: RePEc:tsy:journl:journl_tsy_er_2007_4_2
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