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What future for Australian manufacturing and why should you care?

Is Australian manufacturing really on a road of no return or is it merely going through a painful reshaping and why does it matter?

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A brief lesson on China's State Owned Enterprises

An influential part of the Chinese economy is in the hands of state owned enterprises. These are heavily concentrated in the heavy industry sectors of the Chinese economy in energy, steel, chemicals and other major areas of the Chinese economy.

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Takeover regulation: A more considered view

Leaving the hyperbole to one side the recent debate and commentary surrounding the comments made by the chairman of the ASIC, Greg Medcraft raises two distinct and interesting issues.

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The great Indian coal rush

Energy ravenous India is set to drive demand for Australian thermal coal.

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Is there a better way to determine Libor?

Is the latest crisis in the banking sector enough to drive overdue reform of Libor?

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Infrastructure Reform in Queensland Part 2 - Fixing the framework for developers and financiers

Outdated legislation is causing unnecessary problems and risks for developers and financiers in Queensland’s water, gas, electricity and rail sectors.

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Anti-Dumping - Proposed measures could expose Australia to claims of increased protectionism

The latest set of proposed amendments to Australia’s anti-dumping system potentially go too far and risk Australia contravening its WTO commitments.

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Anti-Dumping - Brumby inquiry into a stand-alone agency

Does the establishment of an inquiry into the feasibility of a stand-alone anti-dumping agency suggest Customs are not up to the task of conducting dumping and subsidy investigations?

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Greentape Reduction Bill: Will it strip local governments’ power to regulate environmental impacts?

Queensland’s Greentape Reduction Bill may make it more difficult for local governments to regulate environmental impacts.

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Carbon Farming Initiative gives boost to bioenergy development

The introduction of the Carbon Farming Initiative (CFI) may boost bioenergy development in Australia, particularly in the waste-to-energy sector.

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The complex issues for Nominee Directors

Nominee directors and their appointing shareholders are faced with a minefield of sometimes conflicting duties. What are the key risks and how can they be managed?

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Gone with the wind: Planning regulations blow away investment

Corrs Chambers Westgarth has contributed to an article regarding wind farm projects in Victoria and New South Wales, which was featured in Climate Spectator.

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