Nations around the world are going into lockdown and severely curtailing freedom of movement among their populations. I would be interested in knowing if any, and which ones, are suffering the same shortage of products as we are here. Are Supermarkets experiencing the same shortages of product that we see? I don't see the same sort of coverage of daily life difficulties that are occurring here. If not, I start to wonder why. Is it possibly because Australia has embraced free trade so wholeheartedly? So many manufacturing concerns have disappeared over the years and we have become more and more reliant on imports for many of the products we use on a daily basis. Is it time for some reconsideration? Could the Holden plant be reopened as a govt enterprise to kick start the manufacturing industry in this country again? And, if we, through the Government, get into subsidising or bailing out publicly listed companies, should we be buying a stake in those companies so that in future we the taxpayers can see a real return on the outlays that are being made on our behalf?