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Chinese investment - A tale of two deals

In a fragile M&A market anxious about deal completion risk, how can Chinese investors give confidence to Australian targets and investors?

Lizzie Knight, Stephanie Daveson   |   Read More

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Land access and compensation pitfalls: Who is an “occupier”?

Planned amendments to Queensland’s definition of "occupier" will not fix the current ambiguity and resources companies will still face land access risks.

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Can a PEBBLE help build Australia’s project finance market?

Can an innovative financing structure for greenfield projects in Europe be replicated in Australia?

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Privacy laws are affecting Australia’s cloud industry

Cloud computing providers are struggling to determine their obligations under Australia’s Privacy Act.

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Executive remuneration: Results of spill meetings put effectiveness of two strikes in question

The ‘two strikes’ rule is costing companies and failing shareholders. It’s time for a rethink.

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Anti-dumping reforms are barking up the wrong tree

Dumping is not illegal and tougher anti-dumping measures will not save Australia’s manufacturers.

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Joffe decision clarifies insider trading laws

A recent court decision on insider trading has important consequences for financial markets participants in Australia.

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Chinese outbound investment - The growing sophistication of China’s “Go Global” policy

China seems to be committed to its Go Global Policy and increasingly adept at managing legitimate competing policy objectives.

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The Cartels & Leniency Review 2015

Corrs has contributed to the annual edition of “The Cartels and Leniency Review”, which covers established law and policy in 26 jurisdictions around the world and also discusses emerging and unsettled issues.

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