Kevin Morrison

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Kevin Morrison
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Occupation Journalist, Author
Employer Argus Media
Location Syndney, Australia
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Website www.argusmedia.com

Kevin Morrison is a veteran business journalist now with Argus Media in Sydney, Australia.[1] Formerly he has worked for the Financial Times, Reuters and the Sydney Morning Herald. In August of 2008 he had his first book published, "Living in a Material World: The Commodity Connection."[2]

Background[edit]

Morrison has been a journalist for 17 years, working for the Financial Times, Reuters, Sydney Morning Herald. He is now with Argus Media and contributes to other publications including BaseMetals.com.

During the last decade, Morrison has been writing about the global commodities boom and the emergence of the carbon emissions trading sector for the Financial Times in London and for Argus.

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