Why the Australian dollar is the best currency in the world, by Peter Dutton

Australia is not a wealthy country.

Its not a rich country.

We have an economy that is at a high level of competitiveness and is not growing at a very high rate.

In fact, the government is now facing a budget deficit of $7.7 billion.

The Australian dollar, by far, has the best value in the G7 (at $US1.40 per Australian dollar) and it’s the best in the OECD (at a whopping $US3.25).

Australia’s government has been forced to introduce a $100 per-person stamp duty on the Australian Dollar and a tax on overseas profits from companies with a turnover of $10 million or more.

Australia is the only developed country to have a GST on foreign earnings of more than $10m.

We can also use a GST to support our businesses and to raise revenue for the Australian Government.

The Government’s latest budget is a further reminder that the Government’s focus is on reducing the deficit, not increasing it.

So why is the Australian currency the best?

In terms of economics, the dollar is based on the rate of change of the Australian Pound Sterling, which fluctuates wildly between $US2.20 and $US7.00 a pound.

As a result, the Australian dollars value is based solely on the exchange rate between that exchange rate and the US dollar.

The current rate of about 1.8 per cent is based largely on the assumption that the US will continue to maintain its current rate at $US8.50 a barrel.

The US is likely to remain in the recessionary phase, and will not begin its second quarter in March.

That means the US economy will have been in recession for almost four months by the end of April.

The economy is likely still in the red in terms of GDP, but it is forecast to expand by around 1.2 per cent this year, well ahead of the forecasts from economists.

The government has also been forced by the Reserve Bank of Australia to keep interest rates near zero, even though it was already at zero before the election.

And despite this, the budget is expected to bring back some much needed stimulus to the economy, including a reduction in corporate tax rates, and a significant boost to the minimum wage.

However, as is common in such an economic downturn, the Government is expected do more to stimulate the economy.

There are two main reasons why the Australian economy is in a weak state.

Firstly, the economy is not producing the amount of output it needs to offset the drop in revenue that will result from a tax increase.

Secondly, there is a shortage of skilled workers in the labour market.

The Reserve Bank has announced that it will increase the minimum wages in some sectors of the economy by around $5.80 per hour over the next four years.

But this will only apply to those jobs that have been covered by the minimum hourly wage, not those that have not been covered.

This will also result in the loss of a few thousand skilled jobs in the private sector.

The fact that the Reserve Board has not done this is a big blow to the Australian workforce.

While this is happening, the Reserve has also cut back the funding for unemployment benefits.

This has hit a number of people, especially the lower income workers, particularly in manufacturing.

It will also hit the unemployed, who will be more likely to find themselves in poverty.

So the Government will be forced to respond in a number or ways.

But the biggest issue is the lack of foreign investment.

The main reason for this is the impact of the foreign currency devaluation, which has reduced the value of the local currency.

The recent Australian dollar devaluation is the second most dramatic in the history of the G8.

It has wiped out more than 50 per cent of the value that the Australian and New Zealand dollar had been trading at prior to the devaluation.

This means that the exchange rates are now being skewed by the exchange value of US Dollars in the market.

And it has caused a large trade deficit, which is now more than the deficit in the past two years combined.

In terms in terms not of the currency, the current government has taken some measures to stimulate investment.

This includes the introduction of the Federal Budget, which increased the GST by $1.10 on June 1, 2017.

It also introduced the Goods and Services Tax (GST) which increased by $2.50 on July 1, and the Goods Tax (Value Added Tax) which was increased by a further $2 per $100 of GST.

However the impact is still not being felt.

The impact on jobs The unemployment rate is currently at 5.3 per cent.

The rate of unemployment in this country is now 13.1 per cent, compared with 13.5 per cent in 2007.

This is the lowest unemployment rate in the developed world, and it is also higher than the rate at which the economy was growing in 2009