'Need to be prepared': what Future Made in Australia means in the Hunter

By Tess Ikonomou, Andrew Brown and Matt Carr
Updated April 12 2024 - 3:24pm, first published 2:47pm
Business Hunter chief executive Bob Hawes. File picture by Max Mason-Hubers
Business Hunter chief executive Bob Hawes. File picture by Max Mason-Hubers

A FEDERAL bid to unify major manufacturing and clean energy projects could "assist in underwriting" industries key to the global energy transition and encourage states and regions to collaborate rather than compete, the Hunter's peak business chief believes.

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