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Labor isn’t wrecking the economy just yet

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Labor’s regulatory push can’t be blamed for the recent slump in labour productivity and we aren’t convinced that it will hold back future productivity growth much either. Indeed, we still think that a boost from artificial intelligence will lift growth in output per working hour from 0.4% over the past decade towards 2% towards the end of this decade.

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