People are silhouetted against the Sydney Opera House at sunset in Australia. Australia has seen continuous growth since 1990, and the economy has greatly changed. The service sector comprises close to 80 per cent of GDP today, compared to around 60 per cent at the time of “Brentry”, while manufacturing employment has dropped from about 25 per cent to 10 per cent. Photo: Reuters

Can Brexit make Britain better? For answers, look at what ‘Brentry’ did for Australia

Richard Cullen says lessons can be drawn from the way Australia rebounded from the adverse impact of Britain’s entry into the EU – thanks to major reforms

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People are silhouetted against the Sydney Opera House at sunset in Australia. Australia has seen continuous growth since 1990, and the economy has greatly changed. The service sector comprises close to 80 per cent of GDP today, compared to around 60 per cent at the time of “Brentry”, while manufacturing employment has dropped from about 25 per cent to 10 per cent. Photo: Reuters
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