Greens set to influence Australian port policy
Australia's port industry must engage with politicians associated with the Green movement, the ports industry was warned today at the biennial Ports Australia Conference in Hobart, Tasmania.
Justin Di Lollo, Hawker Britton managing director and political consultant, warned the Greens were now a valid third force in Australian politics, they were here to stay and they wouldn't like much of the agenda of the ports and shipping industries.
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