Benefiting from Asia’s Technology Revolution [Invited Paper]

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John Lord


Asia, Technology, Policy, Telecommunications


An invited paper, the Charles Todd Oration 2019, delivered by Mr John Lord AM that covers how Australia might benefit from Asia’s technology revolution.

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