JESSICA IRVINE, VANDA CARSON AND ELLIE HARVEY
The Sydney Morning Herald
February 9, 2010
[efoods]Central bankers are an unobtrusive breed by nature and necessity. So it might have escaped the attention of many that Sydney is playing host to a meeting of some of the world’s top money men and women to celebrate the 50th birthday of the Reserve Bank of Australia.
However, a secretive gala dinner at the Art Gallery of NSW to mark the event last night attracted a who’s who of Australia’s political and business world.
Bankers rubbed shoulders with celebrated economic figures. Past prime ministers from both sides of the political divide gathered to drink a toast to Australia’s success in weathering the global economic storm, including John Howard and Paul Keating.
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