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Australia, NZ most obese OECD countries in APAC

Australia and New Zealand are APAC's two most obese OECD nations. ©iStock

25-May-2017 - Australia and New Zealand are now among the OECD’s five most obese nations, while Japan and South Korea are the two least obese nations on the list, according to the OECD’s Obesity Update 2017.

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