Are we there yet? The disconnect on Chinese investment into Australian agriculture

 

Several weeks ago I asked the question, “Who is afraid of the big bad (Chinese) wolf?”.

Well it appears we have the answer: about 41 per cent of Australians.  That’s according to a study released this week by Daymark, that sought to find answers to the question: is there a disconnect between what people think about Chinese investment into Australian agriculture and what is actually happening with Chinese investment into Australian agriculture?

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Are farmers better than the New Zealand All Blacks?

We recently saw the New Zealand All Blacks crowned rugby world champions defeating the Australian Wallabies 34-17. Anyone who follows rugby will not have been surprised at the result – while the Wallabies were valiant in defeat, the All Blacks were a class above. What is perhaps a little more amazing is that the All Blacks lost just three games between winning the World Cup in 2011 and again in 2015. It got me to thinking – if ever there is a demonstration of sustainable excellence, the All Blacks must surely be it. Or are they …

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