As part of the background to the LateLine interview yesterday, I graphed the US household debt to GDP ratio against the Australian. All the news recently has been about the sub-prime crisis in the States, of course: but guess where household debt has been growing fastest? That’s right, good old Australia has out-done itself once more. The accompanying graphic tells the story, which I’ll embellish in the next Debtwatch report in early April.
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