[insert country name here] is close to its longest run of economic growth since the Second World War, with the economy 28.3 per cent larger in the year to June 2007, than it was ... in December 1999. Average [insert country name here] economic growth ... has been 3.4 per cent per annum ... Our unemployment has halved, and now sits at around the lowest levels reached in the OECD. Latest figures put the rate at 3.6 per cent, and that has been achieved at the bottom of the business cycle.
Answer: New Zealand. These quotes are from a speech Helen Clark gave to the University of Southampton last night. (Source: scoop.co.nz)
Is Australia's "sound economic management"™ due to the efforts of the Howard government, or the backwash of a wider international trend?