SLOWDOWN: Investment in oil and gas is drying up as a result of lower prices.

Quick fix can’t hide structural defects

As much as Australia might benefit from a cut in official interest rates, it would definitely benefit from encouraging a new industry, such as the nuclear-fuel processing facility being championed by the South Australian government, and supported by Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull.


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Perth Western Australia
Fuel rods are an interesting proposition but surely if the issue is that there will be protests why don't we go the path of least resistance and kick start the solar industry which is sustainable and could employ large numbers of unemployed or under employed. People in manufacturing design installation and sales to mention but a few of the possibilities of a fully fledged Solar industry that Australia could embrace and possibly lead the way for the world to follow?

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