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RBA director says WorkChoices roll-back went too far MP3

Reserve Bank board member Roger Corbett says the Government went too far in rolling back WorkChoices after it was elected in 2007. The comments put pressure on the Coalition to toughen its industrial relations policy in the lead-up to the September election. Source: abc.net.au

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