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Friday, August 12, 2005

The Federal Industry Minister, Ian Macfarlane has summoned car and parts makers unions and State Ministers to Melbourne on Friday to discuss the threat to thousands of jobs from low wage countries such as China.

Hello, where is all the free trade talk now!

Someone has woken up.
The car industry has lost more than a thousand jobs in recent months

Knowing the price of everything and the value of nothing

The church was in full voice when Barnaby walked through the door . How can any good thing come from northern Queensland!
Time to have a good look at the facts Boys ---by those who chant business and flat earth economists to make themselves feel comfortable . What would a country person know???

The truth , from experience, about complex risk and long term investment matters perhaps ?

The chanters are, under the noisy surface , worried about what works in the bush. Its obviously too complex a risk environment for them and their advisers . After all it wasn't just telephones that went down in the cold snap ! and shareholders know lots --or is it just that they have a lot of influence and goodwill ?

The ISSUE this week was simple ---Just the price of Telstra.
And Barnaby won over the carping
Both sides of politics once knew the tragedy of those who know the price of everything but can't discern the value of anything

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