The history of Australian sandalwood oil, one of the nation’s biggest early exports, is a good example of Australia’s entrepreneurial ingenuity.
On 17 September 2010 it was my pleasure on behalf of Standards Australia to present at the GAP National Economic Review: Australia’s Growth Summit 2010. This is a summary of my remarks.
Transcript of the address delivered by the Hon. Andrew Leigh MP to the Global Access Partners National Economic Review: Australia's Annual Growth Summit on 17 September 2010.
Are our policy makers and strategic thinkers paying sufficient attention to the role of Australia's mineral resources in international affairs?
Australia has entered into a number of bilateral and regional trade agreements and is currently negotiating several more.
Why do Australians take the worst and leave the best of what the USA has to offer?
Markets make money whether the economy is going up or down – it is only the rest who stand to lose.
The World Society for the Protection of Animals argues that chilled meat exports are a more economically sustainable option for Australian industry than cruel live animal shipments.
Australia’s experience with Japanese involvement in our resource industry provides a ready-made blueprint for our relations with China.
Who said Australia didn’t gain anything from the war in Iraq?