Australians are short of urea. Who would have thought, asks Neil Newman.
Australians are short of urea. Who would have thought, asks Neil Newman.
Neil Newman
Opinion

Opinion

Abacus by Neil Newman

Is China taking the XXXX out of Australia?

  • It’s hard to imagine Australians are short of urea, the humble chemical that goes daily down the dunny, but a dwindling supply threatens to cripple the country’s logistics
  • Historical shuttering of manufacturing in favour of selling dirt to the Chinese for a quick buck, reveals yet another weakness in Australia’s flawed economic strategy

Australians are short of urea. Who would have thought, asks Neil Newman.
Australians are short of urea. Who would have thought, asks Neil Newman.
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