Top economist Saul Eslake presents on economic growth at G20 Business Forum

Saul Eslake, chief economist (Australia) of Bank of America — Merrill Lynch, believes the G20 Summit, which is set to be held in Brisbane in November, could be remembered for making a significant global contribution — provided the topic of productivity gains is given proper consideration by the G20 leaders. Eslake made the comment at the close of his presentation at a G20 Business Forum — the first in a series of three being hosted by Griffith Business School and Minter Ellison.

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