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Third way

17 May 2019 By Clara Ferreira Marques

Bob Hawke, dead at 89, floated the currency, boosted trade and broadly opened the country. Though his eight-year tenure ended in 1991 as Australia slid into recession, there hasn’t been one since. His legacy looms large as voters go to polls this weekend, amid a cooling economy.

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