There has been a constant call for years for the Australian federal government to intervene in small business; particularly in franchising. The banks have tightened lending criteria, franchise sales are down and franchisors are squealing.
When the Global Financial Crisis hit those in small business, actually every business, the biggest insult came when banks reacted to their alleged criminal and clearly pathetic practices on the back of almost no risk management.
A prominent academic speaks out on complicit behaviours involving Australian judges. It should be noted that the government has done everything in it's power to shut down and censor commentary by Dr Jones.
CANBERRA, Australia (Blue MauMau) - Joanna Gash (LP), a member of parliament representing Gilmore, New South Wales, condemned in federal parliament on Monday criminal collusion between Australia's banks and franchisors that wipe out franchisees.