The fission thing

Walsh, Max
September 2006
Bulletin with Newsweek;9/12/2006, Vol. 124 Issue 6537, p58
The article discusses the impact of political turbulence in North Asia on the economic condition of Australia considering the possible action against North Korea on account of its effort to develop nuclear weapons. Australia exports around 45% of its product in North Asia. Japan followed by China and South Korea are its largest market. Missile tests by North Korea has created tension in the region. Any war like condition would hurt the business interest of Australia in the region.


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