SA takes the hardest blow

Kennedy, Alex
February 1998
BRW;02/02/98, Vol. 20 Issue 3, p51
Trade Publication
Reports on the impact of the Asian financial crisis in 1998 on South Australia. South Australia relying heavily on export markets; Government's concentrated export focus on South-East Asia; Crisis coming after the launch of the `food plan' to export foods directly to Asia; Diversity of the state's exports; Full ramifications forecasted for later in 1998.


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