Alcoa aluminium smelter worker Ian Heinrich poses for a photograph with his family in suburban Geelong...
Alcoa aluminium smelter worker Ian Heinrich, 51, poses for a photograph with his wife Wayan and daughters Jessica, 4, and Jayla, 3 months, in suburban Geelong February 26, 2014. Heinrich will lose his job when Alcoa shut their plant in nearby Point Henry. Geelong, south of Melbourne, is a microcosm of the economic crossroads at which Australia stands. The steps authorities and industry leaders take here - securing next-generation defence contracts or incubating carbon fibre production - will be closely watched to see if the city becomes Australia's Silicon Valley or its Detroit. Picture taken February 26, 2014. REUTERS/Jason Reed (AUSTRALIA - Tags: BUSINESS SOCIETY)
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