Thanks to Mark O’Connor for this article.
The United Nation’s Population Fund is concerned population growth in Asia averages 1.1 per cent a year. Australia, as a First World country, should have a much lower growth rate. It does not. By the end of the Howard era, our annual population growth had risen to a stunning 1.5 per cent: almost off the First World scale and high even for Third World countries. (Indonesia’s, by contrast, was then 1.3 per cent, but has recently come down, with much effort, to 1.2 per cent.)
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