Harries-Reece, Karen
December 2007
ICIS Chemical Business;12/17/2007, Vol. 272 Issue 22, p7
Trade Publication
The author offers an outlook on the chemical industry of Australia in line with the Australian government headed by Prime Minister Kevin Rudd, a Labor leader. The author claims that the government's focus on climate change would yield opportunities for the industry. The author also expects positive outcome from the establishment of the Department for Innovation, Industry, Science and Research. The author explains why the education campaign of the government should also appeal to the chemical industry.


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