The move away from cannabis prohibition is taking a lot longer than it should. But looking at the booming markets in the US and Canada, we are slowly but surely moving in the right direction.
The Morrison government is trying like hell to win over voters. It’s why they also gave tax breaks of $1,080 a year to low and middle-income earners. The government is also kindly chipping to keep the lights on, handing out a onetime amount of $75 and $125.
Of course, big tech has done wrong. They’ve invaded our privacy. They use our data…sometimes without our consent. And this is one of the only times politically left-leaning voters will tell you we need competition.
You’ve probably heard a lot about the ‘Ban Huawei’ movement Trump is pushing. It was enough to get us Aussies on board. New Zealand is toeing the line. But countries in Europe are less obliging.
More recently, Huawei decided to take the US to court. They’re suing the government for its unfair interventionism.
Is Trump going to reverse his ban on Huawei and leave Australia out in the cold? He’s done a fair bit of flip-flopping before.
Over in the US, Trump has made this a big topic. He’s pushing US telecommunication firms to roll out 5G as soon as possible. Trump is even talking about 6G already.
‘Everyone else was doing it at the time. I thought it was a good idea too.’ The phrase has turned into exactly that: an excuse for a herd mentality. The latest followers are the UK government. They’ve seen Trump’s tariffs.
The NBN project is a failure. I think it’s pretty clear what needs to happen. It’s up to the private sector to fix the problem. And this, dear reader, is your service investment opportunity.
It’s those difficult Chinese. They’re not buying enough American goods. They steal our technology. They’re not playing ball on trade.