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The 4th in a series of Australian Government reports on the Australian innovation system.
The rise of Asia presents many opportunities for Australia beyond the resources sectors.
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Having unseated the incumbent government, the Coalition will look to follow up on its promises.
IBISWorld forecasts the potential effects of the new government’s policies on key Australian industries.