From The Australian
SEVEN of Australia’s biggest manufacturers will today demand a crackdown on the dumping of cheap Asian imports as part of a package of reforms to help the ailing manufacturing sector.
The Australian can reveal that chief executives from the seven companies will use a high-powered Manufacturing Australia summit in Sydney to ramp up their campaign to resurrect the sector by urging Labor and the Coalition to commit to an overhaul that targets four key areas of anti-dumping and industrial participation, industrial relations, access to energy and resources, and regulation.
This is going to be interesting – I’ve been invited to attend that very summit and am en route to Sydney. I hope there is more to it, otherwise I’ve wasted a day.