Overseas and undersold. Part 1

Australia, 1988

Film
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Part one of a two part series examining Australia’s international relations with overseas markets. Each episode gives a detailed background to individual markets and territories, as well as examining the financial opportunities available to Australian business. The series also examines mistakes made by Australian business in pursuing international competitiveness. Includes interviews with business leaders, economists and politicians. This volume examines the economies of Japan, Europe, China, India and the United Kingdom.

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co-director

Bob Hill

Paul Hawker

co-producer

Don Murray

Paul Hawker

production company

Film Australia

Duration

02:30:00:00

Production places
Australia
Production dates
1988

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