By RICHARD WOODWARD-HALEY-YOUNGSThe Australian government’s new policy to stop the importation of Jewish-owned goods is a sign that the Jewish community is beginning to realise it has no choice but to negotiate its way out of the relationship.
In the past, the community was given a golden opportunity to get its goods through customs, but the government decided not to, leaving the community with no other option.
This time around, the government has decided to offer the community an opportunity to negotiate a new contract.
That will be a step up from the original proposal, and the new policy will ensure the community can continue to supply goods to Australian Jewry for at least another two years.
The policy is the first significant shift in the Australian government towards the community’s business interests.
There is a growing awareness that the community has been underfunded, and that the Australian Government is not delivering on its promises.
While it may not be as big a deal as the closure of the Jewish Museum and Synagogue in Melbourne, the policy is significant in the context of a growing political debate in Australia.
Many people in the Jewish Community are now starting to realise that the Government is the one who needs to take responsibility for the community.
When the policy was first proposed in September last year, the Government was still looking for a way to deal with the demand.
It was also looking to negotiate the agreement with the Jewish Council of Australia to secure the supply of Jewish goods.
With the policy now in place, there is a chance that a new agreement will be reached with the community, which could then lead to the new supply being imported.
“There is an expectation in the community that we can negotiate a better agreement, that we’ll be able to negotiate our way out,” said Rabbi Peter Schmid, the Chief Rabbi of the Australian Jewish Congress.
As a result, Rabbi Schmid said the community is now beginning to view the policy as an opportunity.
“We’re going to try to do the best we can to get our business back in the business, and we’ll work with the government to try and do that,” he said.
According to the government’s own figures, it will cost the community $5 million to maintain the supply.
But the government said the cost will be passed on to the community in the form of a reduced importation fee.
Rabbi Schmid believes the policy will make the community more efficient and will ensure that it is not forced to continue importing items.
He said there were other options the community could consider.
“I don’t think it’s the right thing to do, but I don’t know what the right answer is,” he told AM.
And while the policy may be good for the economy, the Jewish Government is concerned about the impact on the community and its ability to provide goods for its customers.
‘The Government is being too generous’ In a letter to the Jewish Congress, Minister for Human Services, Senator Sarah Hanson-Young, said the policy would help the community to stay competitive in the market and protect the value of its goods.
“The Government recognises that the benefits of the import policy are a key part of the overall economic prosperity of the community,” she wrote.
I am concerned that it will be unfair to the Australian community and to the many Australian Jewesses who are employed, support staff and otherwise contribute to the fabric of our communities.
We are also concerned that, if the Government continues to be too generous in this way, the Australian Jewess may not continue to make the contribution it does in the future.
“The policy has been in place for about two years and is designed to help the Jewish group in three key areas: increasing its revenue, maintaining the supply chain and increasing its customer base.”
There are several other sectors that are not as well represented in the Government’s plan to bring more Australian Jewries into the Australian economy, and it is hoped that the policy can help them gain market share in those areas,” Senator Hanson-Yonge wrote.”
While the Government recognising the importance of the Government and its policies in bringing the community into the global economy, I am concerned by the Government being too lenient in this regard.
“The Government said the new agreement would help to reduce the price of some goods in the supply chains of other retailers, as well as the cost of goods in Australian supermarkets.
The policy will also provide the Jewish organisation with greater financial certainty, allowing it to keep on importing products as it chooses.
Some of the biggest Jewish suppliers, including Coca Cola, Tesco and Woolworths, have already agreed to buy from the Jewish Agency.
For the Jewish people, the most important thing is that they’re getting the best product for the best price”
[These companies] are just waiting for the right opportunity,” Rabbi Schmit said.
“For the Jewish people, the most important thing is that they’re getting the best product for the best price