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  1. David
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    The unions are holding a gun to Qantas’ head and they can’t afford to give in as their cost base is already too high compared to their international competitors. If the unions succeed in stopping Qantas from offshoring some of their operations, Qantas won’t last the rest of the decade as an international airline.

    It’s an unfortunate tactic but I don’t see Qantas management as having many choices. We can only hope that the Government here sets aside their love of industrial action and intervenes to stop the industrial action on both sides.