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Premier Colin Barnett speaking at the APPEA conference in Perth today. Photo: Attila Csaszar

“Stop reading American management books”: Barnett

Premier Colin Barnett has launched a blunt attack on the gas industry, saying it doesn’t understand Australia, had left his government swinging “high and dry”, and needed to do more for the domestic market.

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TOO LATE!!!!!! THERE IS NO GOING BACK NOW. Both Federal & state governments of all persuasions are responsible. Bit rich to start bleating now, blind freddy could see this outcome 10 years ago. Mission accomplished - natural resource acerage secured by foreign owned multinationals, forget the two speed economy, welcome to the two speed society!!!

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