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Federal Parliament resumes next Monday for the final run down to the end of the year. Two huge elections occurred in the last seven days, Queenslanders went to the polls on October 31 and the US Presidential Congressional and Senate elections on November 3.

Welcome to this month’s edition of the Inside Word. The phrase 20:20 hindsight is often used to refer to people who are experts in a particular subject, after the fact. But once next year rolls around, 2020 hindsight might become a catch-phrase for remembering (or trying to forget) the strangest year we have ever known.

Larry Anthony
Director 

Queensland, the third most populous state, goes to the polls tomorrow.

Re-elected Queensland Premier Annastacia Palaszczuk will appoint her third-term Cabinet in coming days, and then move to finalise the delayed State Budget before Christmas.

Over the past decade and beyond, the Australian agriculture industry has benefited enormously from growth in the Chinese export market, but as we heard during the Rural Press Club’s latest edition in their RPC Online series, in 2020 it has been threatened by a series of barriers to trade on beef, barely, wine and cotton.  

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