Jun 24

Australia has got its first female prime minister after the ruling party dumped Kevin Rudd and installed his deputy as leader, and the question is whether what are her views of supply chain management, as well as transport logistics.

New leader Julia Gillard will lead the government to general elections due within months, and eyes will be on her to find out what her views are towards the China market.

News agencies report say Gillard is unlikely to alter Australia’s key foreign policy positions such as its troop commitment to Afghanistan. If this is true, she will probably continue Rudd’s China policy and continue building on what her predecessor has done.

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