MELBOURNE -- A report on housing affordability by a prominent Australian think tank has rekindled debate on population size and quality of life in a country whose large migrant intake has resulted in the fastest-growing population in the developed world.
In its report, titled "Re-imagining the Australian Dream," the Grattan Institute said Sunday the government should establish a formal population policy, while suggesting immigration might have to be curbed to control housing prices.
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