Australia-Indonesia Centre Megatrends: AGRICULTURE AND FOOD

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Butler, James; Slamet, Archie; Meharg, Seona; Hajkowicz, Stefan; McEachern, Steve; Nelison, Jeff


2015-06-30


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In spite of their close proximity and the sharing of an international maritime border, Indonesia and Australia are very different nations. Geographically, politically, culturally and economically they bear some similarities, but also some stark differences. Nonetheless, both nations are located in the Asian economic region which is transforming rapidly, presenting opportunities and necessities for greater collaboration on shared issues. As well as presenting results of the Australia Indonesia Centre Foresighting Project’s megatrend analysis, this report summarises some of the key characteristics of the two nations and their connections


Australia Indonesia Centre


Brisbane, Qld.


Applied Economics not elsewhere classified


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Butler, James; Slamet, Archie; Meharg, Seona; Hajkowicz, Stefan; McEachern, Steve; Nelison, Jeff. Australia-Indonesia Centre Megatrends: AGRICULTURE AND FOOD. Brisbane, Qld.: Australia Indonesia Centre; 2015. http://hdl.handle.net/102.100.100/92452?index=1



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