The story of energy and the economy seems to be an obvious common sense one: some sources of energy are becoming scarce or overly polluting, so we need to develop new ones.
One might have expected Aussie investors in our major LNG players to have The predominance of analyst and expert opinion on the future of LNG seems to be negative, to say the least. for the exit doors.
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The well-performing NAOS Emerging Companies Fund has been buying Lindsay for its exposure to the emerging foodbowl in North Queensland, and leverage to the coming dining boom as more food is exported to Asia.
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