Dining Boom or Kaboom?

In recent years we seem to have become very excited about the “Asian Dining Boom”. But without a comprehensive approach to policy and investment, and without agriculture being able to tell its story far more effectively to offset perceptions of risk and volatility, do we risk a destructive explosion blowing a hole in the side of Australia’s agriculture future.

This week I take to YouTube to reflect: “Dining Boom or Kaboom”.

Click here to view the tape: Asian Dining Boom or Kaboom

 

 

Shifting the Goalposts

It seems that agriculture policy lends itself well to sporting analogies – we often hear of governments shifting the goalposts, particularly in favor of domestic suppliers, while less often but continuing the analogy, we sometimes hear of actions that might level the playing field. But perhaps we need to focus a little more on how we might play to win.

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