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COUNTDOWN: Troy Buswell (left) addresses guests at the WA Business News Success & Leadership breakfast, Ben Wyatt and moderator Peter Kennedy look on. Photos: Bohdan Warchomij

Figuratively speaking, big numbers men fail to score in debate

With just over a week to go until the state election, the business community was eager to interrogate the treasurer and his key rival.

FOR politics junkies and the business community alike, it was a must-see: a debate between two men seen as potential future leaders of their respective parties and tasked with handling the state’s economy should they taste success at the polls.

A sold-out WA Business News Success & Leadership breakfast this week played host to Treasurer Troy Buswell and Labor’s treasury spokesman, Ben Wyatt, in their only debate for the campaign.

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