Wilmar/QSL dispute: Readers have their say
COLIN IVORY, Burdekin cane farmer, writes:
Cane supply agreements in good faith have not occurred.
A new era in the sugar industry must take place.
Sugar millers must be treated as contractors.
Sugar cane growers pay a contract rate for crushing.
Sugar cane growers must not be forced to give TITLE of their cane at the point of delivery.
If a mill wants all the sugar they must buy all the sugar.
It’s a win/win for both grower and miller.
Barnaby must act and knock the state sugar act on the head.
KEVIN WALSH, Home Hill, writes:
Oh, yeah yeah yeah, was there all talk no action.
No talk of some new mills, legislation isn’t going to change things. Government fast forwarding legal crap to build a new mill in each area would — its possible eh.
It would depend on the gutz of politicians.
And speak with action that has beneficial results for Australians to rebuild their industries that have been destroyed by overseas take-over.
Got to get a decent government in power.
Both sides are up the creek.
Probably need a whole new creek, eh?
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