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Andrews v ANZ - Do all contracts need to be rethought?

The true impact of August’s High Court decision in Andrews v ANZ is yet to be unleashed.

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Social benefit bonds: Make a difference and a profit

Can a program to reduce the number of children in foster care ever be an appealing investment proposition for the private sector? The NSW government thinks so.

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Mediation-Arbitration: Is there a method or is it madness?

Mediation-Arbitration is a dispute resolution method on the rise in Asia – but is it worth jumping on the bandwagon?

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Preparing business for the Asian Century

The Government's White Paper on Australia in the Asian Century outlines what the country needs to do to succeed in this challenge. John Denton looks at what business can do.

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Slower growth in China

Is China's phenomenal growth slowing? And if it is, what does that mean for the rest of the world?

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Will justice be served if losers pay in Planning & Environment appeals?

Local governments and community groups may be the real losers under proposed reforms to Queensland’s Planning and Environment Court.

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The significance of inflation in China

Inflation is a key economic indicator for China. Chinese leadership is keen to keep it under control for the sake of social stability.

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Green light for mining and CSG, but at what cost to developers and the environment?

The NSW Government’s Strategic Regional Land Use Policy offers little protection to farmers and the environment and manages to add costs and delays to coal and CSG projects.

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Food glorious food

The fact is that without foreign investment in Australia’s agriculture sector, we can kiss goodbye the opportunity to become an important food bowl for Asia and the world.

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