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Golden days of manufacturing over, but does it matter? MP3

Not everybody is worried about the downturn in Australian manufacturing. Thomas Barlow is a consultant and research strategist who advises clients in the early stages of research investments. He agrees that innovation and thinking globally are the keys to success. Source: abc.net.au

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