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INDUSTRY UPDATE PERSPECTIVES III

25-11-2019
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In our latest instalment, we spoke to Nilfisk Pacific Managing Director Michael Hansen on some of the issues affecting Australian manufacturers.

On the agenda are the global trade war, potential Australian government stimuli, the dangers of falling consumer spending and the benefits of aerospace research.

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