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5-minute Lowy Lunch: Risks, riots and recession

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19 February 2009 13:56

If your super fund is looking increasingly like the savings from your first piggy bank and you can stomach no more economic bad news, move along to the next post. In his Wednesday Lowy Lunch Mark Thirlwell painted a sobering picture of the world economy in 2009, while also claiming he was probably being optimistic. 

The podcast of his presentation can be downloaded here or you can listen to the short interview he did with me below.

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