MadBadDangerous (@madbaddangerous)

Melbourne, Australia

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November 2011

Gary Banks’ Patchwork Economy speech deserves a second, third hearing in Canberra is.gd/UAyAhN

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“If you do not know the answer to a question, the right response is not to make a number up…” John Kay on modelling : is.gd/NVLURo

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Trade agreements technology broken; Rowan Callick reports my APEC Centre talk theaustralian.com.au/news/opinion/n…

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How many women drive taxis in Melbourne? Any? Why?

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From the “Great last lines” department (trig division)…. is.gd/lIVUfM

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@chrisberg @SincDavidson PC 2010 report shows 3 price undertakings among 27 measures. Certainly underestimate; counts only formal provisions

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@chrisberg @SincDavidson No data on settlements that I know. But will check. Low consumer web prices are evidence of what…? :-)

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@SincDavidson Most (?) AD on intermediates so price impacts everywhere. Many importers up prices to avoid final determination; insidious!

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@SincDavidson Purchases r dutiable at customs barrier + A-D if app. Firms selling by global web tender i.e. open market price have been AD’d

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@SincDavidson Alas not so; Australian mining firms sourcing thru global (web) tenders have seen the winning bidder successfully anti-dumped!

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If Japan joins TPP it ceases to be an FTA only policy wonks could love businessweek.com/news/2011-11-0…

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WorldTradeLaw The Antidumping Lobby’s Power to Destroy Jobs | Cato @ Liberty bit.ly/vcwuRs

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Can critical mass agreements save WTO from choking on BRICS and bluster? I’ll show how… And how not here apec.org.au/docs/APEC%20Co…

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Anti-dumping policy is Abbott’s CO2 tax moment. A useless tax on an imaginary harm ‘demonstrated’ by a corruptible process. Just crap!

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