Opinion| Will bad politics edge out good economics in 2019?
It may be the perfect moment to effect course correction in public welfare spending
The outcome of the recent round of state elections have not only injected enormous uncertainty over the course of the 2019 general elections showdown, but also holds out posers for the future economic narrative as all political parties have begun to flirt with populism.
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