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If news copy was the determining factor, you'd be forgiven for thinking that car makers are the biggest players in Australian manufacturing. The title actually belongs to food processors, but its size isn't indicative of its health - the industry is in serious trouble. In the past five years, thousands of people have lost their jobs, many in regional areas where work is scarce. Source: abc.net.au

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