False profits from false prophets

McRoberts, Barry
January 2010
Ausmarine;Jan2010, Vol. 32 Issue 3, p8
Trade Publication
The author expresses opinion on the bureaucratic Westminster political system in Australia. The author criticizes how public service and policy directions are manipulated and how the government exploits certain organizations for their own profits. The author also discusses the creation of the National Seafood Alliance and its prospects for the industry.


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