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12/08/2016
Ken Henry bemoans 'fiscal mess' in call for bipartisanship - The Sydney Morning Herald


The Sydney Morning Herald

Ken Henry bemoans 'fiscal mess' in call for bipartisanship
The Sydney Morning Herald
Former Treasury Secretary Ken Henry has taken a swipe at both major parties' approach to restoring the budget's health, backing greater bipartisanship in a wide-ranging critique of political leadership around the world. After the economy's shock ...
Australia 'hopeless' if it can't find opportunity in Asia's middle class, Ken Henry saysABC Online

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12/07/2016
Jobs to go as IAG cuts $250 million over three years - The Sydney Morning Herald

The Sydney Morning Herald

Jobs to go as IAG cuts $250 million over three years
The Sydney Morning Herald
The insurance company said the cost-cutting measures, outlined to shareholders at an investor briefing on Thursday, would include a reduction in staff numbers. SHARE; Share on Facebook SHARE; Share on Twitter TWEET; Pin to Pinterest PIN; Link.
IAG embarks on $250m cost-cutting driveThe Australian Financial Review
IAG unveils cost-cutting plan as it reaffirms guidance for 2017The Australian
IAG to cut $250m in costs over three yearsNEWS.com.au
Computerworld Australia
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12/07/2016
Government killed emissions scheme despite knowing it could shave $15 billion off electricity bills - The Sydney Morning Herald

The Sydney Morning Herald

Government killed emissions scheme despite knowing it could shave $15 billion off electricity bills
The Sydney Morning Herald
The Turnbull government has been sitting on advice that an emissions intensity scheme - the carbon policy it put on the table only to rule out just 36 hours later - would save households and businesses up to $15 billion in electricity bills over a decade.
Government killed 'lowest cost' carbon schemeThe Australian Financial Review
Weatherill warns states could introduce carbon pricesThe Australian
Carbon taxes around the worldSBS
NEWS.com.au -ABC Online -Herald Sun -Perth Now
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12/08/2016
German owner of CIMIC, Hochtief, fined $400000 for insider trading after ASIC probe - The Sydney Morning Herald

The Sydney Morning Herald

German owner of CIMIC, Hochtief, fined $400000 for insider trading after ASIC probe
The Sydney Morning Herald
German construction company Hochtief, the controlling shareholder in engineering contractor CIMIC Group, has been fined $400,000 after being found to have engaged in insider trading. The Federal Court handed down the fine following a civil case brought ...
Market "the victim," court says as Hochtief fined $400000 for insider tradingThe Australian Financial Review
Hochtief fined for inside tradingThe Australian

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12/07/2016
Woolworths did not break any law with Mind the Gap scheme: Federal Court - The Sydney Morning Herald

The Sydney Morning Herald

Woolworths did not break any law with Mind the Gap scheme: Federal Court
The Sydney Morning Herald
Australian Competition and Consumer Commission chairman Rod Sims warned grocery suppliers that its failed unconscionable conduct case against Woolworths left them in an "unfortunate position" amid calls for law reform and greater protections for small ...
Mind the Gap: Woolworths scheme to hit suppliers for extra payments cleared in case against ACCCABC Online
Court sides with Woolies on supplier treatment caseCourier Mail
Woolies cleared over $60 million schemeNEWS.com.au
The Australian Financial Review -The Australian -Herald Sun -Business Insider Australia
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12/08/2016
CBA figures show few customers pay on smart phones - The Sydney Morning Herald

Brisbane Times

CBA figures show few customers pay on smart phones
The Sydney Morning Herald
As banks battle Apple for greater access to the iPhone's hardware, new figures suggest there is a long way to go before smart phones rival credit or debit cards as a means of making tap-and-go payments. In a potential sign banks may not be in a hurry ...
CBA willing to pay Apple for iPhone paymentsThe Australian Financial Review

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12/07/2016
Goldman 'overweight' Aussie stocks for first time since GFC - The Australian

The Age

Goldman 'overweight' Aussie stocks for first time since GFC
The Australian
Goldman Sachs has aired a bullish call on the banks and materials sectors on the back of issuing its first “overweight” forecast for the Australian sharemarket since the GFC. In a note released today, analysts headed by Matthew Ross said the market ...
Goldman Sachs positions itself for economic growth in 2017The Australian Financial Review

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12/08/2016
Aust e-commerce needs export focus: Fahour - The Australian

TheBull.com.au

Aust e-commerce needs export focus: Fahour
The Australian
Australian businesses are too focused on the domestic market rather than bigger markets overseas when it comes to making the best of opportunities in e-commerce, says Australia Post boss Ahmed Fahour. "I'm still somewhat surprised, if I can be critical ...
Spotlight: Australia-China relationship sign that globalization "irreversible trend": expertsXinhua
Experts urge Australian gov't to help local e-commerce businesses expand globally as Chinese gov't doesecns
Aussie state premier says China-Australia FTA example of benefits of globalizationChina Daily

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12/07/2016
Trump expected to ease China trade stance - NEWS.com.au

Firstpost

Trump expected to ease China trade stance
NEWS.com.au
US President-elect Donald Trump may take a more measured approach towards trade with Asia when he takes office rather than start a trade war, say Chinese business leaders. The chairman of the China's sovereign wealth fund, the China Investment ...
Donald Trump needs to call China ... on its failure to become equally open to US companiesSouth China Morning Post
Twitter Bans Trump Bots: Automated Accounts Replying To President-Elect's Tweets SuspendedInternational Business Times
Could Donald Trump's trade policies make trouble for Chinese rail car builder in Springfield?MassLive.com
MarketWatch -CNBC -Digital Trends -The Australian Financial Review
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12/08/2016
Apple-EU case was not the end of secret tax deals - The Sydney Morning Herald

The Sydney Morning Herald

Apple-EU case was not the end of secret tax deals
The Sydney Morning Herald
If you thought that the European Union coming down hard on tech-giant Apple was the end of secret tax deals, you're wrong. New research from the European Network on Debt and Development, a network of 47 civil society organisations from 20 European ...

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