Australia turns to agriculture as economy falters

Friday, February 19, 2016

Australia's economy is faced with a double whammy. With the end of the mining boom and a dependence on China, the country is facing risks it hasn't seen in more than two decades.

The government is pushing agriculture as the new driver of economic growth - but will it work?

The BBC's Asia Business Correspondent Karishma Vaswani travelled to Toowoomba, in Queensland, to find out.

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