People, people and place: the impact of a new industrial complex

Australia, 1993

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This case study of Portland Aluminium looks in detail at the political and economic wrangling to establish a large industrial complex in Australia (Victoria). We talk to leading politicians, company officials, and local government officers on the impact this considerable industry has had on the local region, its state, and on Australia.

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