The Australian government later this year is expected to outline its vision of industry policy for the next 20 to 30 years, with an emphasize on increasing Australia’s manufactured exports through involvement in global production and supply networks. Industry Minister Ian Macfarlane tells the Sydney Morning Herald it is clear the country’s manufacturing sector faces a difficult environment. “Obviously, manufacturing at the moment is under pressure from not only imports but also competing ...
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