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Some folks mighta herd that Japan & OZ are talking about free trade. May or may not happen of cause but, some reduction or planned stepped reduction over future years will likley cause the value of exporters reliant on Japan to increase.

An example would be beef & other agriculture produce that attracts a 42% tarrif. Exporter's that are determined by spot markets & not long term deals will profit best.

JR
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Webster is an interesting company Tasmanian based.Its got a strong market share in Tas across a broad base of agriculture & transport.
Its been around a long time & has suffered a big sell off in its share price. Recently it has bottomed & rallied to .60c latley that rally has been corrected back to .46c. I like .52c on strong volume as the break out buy , but I'm not buying I'm watching this one for a bit first.


WBA Japan bonding,
http://www.websterltd.com.au/announcements/011219tokyojoe1.html

WBA Company News,
http://www.websterltd.com.au/shareholders/stock.html

JR

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