All of which makes us wonder why we sent Kevin to New York instead of Milo Kerrigan.
It’s good to be here in New York and to have an opportunity to argue Australia’s, the strength of Australia’s economic take to many of the large corporates who are home based in this city. To argue also the strengths of the Australian economy.
But out there across the OECD, our growth in Australia has (inaudible) in the top five of seven of the OECD.
Some have argued that what is this whole debate about, as far as impaired assets or damaged assets held by the world’s biggest banks.
(By the way, this is what Rudd was doing in New York last time he visited - if you haven't seen it already, scrutinise closely what is happening at 1.55.)