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The Business Council of Australia’s green schizophrenia

11 October 2021

12:30 PM

11 October 2021

12:30 PM

The Business Council of Australia is a pale imitation of the body that pioneered economic reform and deregulation 30-40 years ago. Nowadays it is dominated by firms in service industries who support green policies which for many of them are important sources of revenue in trading and advisory functions.   

Most of the rump of BCA members involved in mining production, gas and electricity and manufacturing are acutely aware of their dependence on government. 

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