Despite constant doom-saying over climate and commentators wringing their hands over floods in Queensland and droughts in NSW and Victoria, Australian farmers have boosted production by 50 per cent in nearly 30 years.
But that success, like much else in the Australian economy, is partially due to the rise of China which is now running into problems of its own – an immense pile of debt.
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