Australia's competitiveness in contributing to global food security
How much Australia can contribute to food security in the rest of the world depends on the extent to which it is a net exporter of food. That in turn depends mainly on the profitability of farming relative to mining and other productive activities within Australia. Farming has to compete with other domestic sectors for mobile resources such as labour and capital, and with other suppliers to foreign food markets in Asia and elsewhere. So even though Asian markets have expanded and moved from...[Show more]
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