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Curbing the flight of the phoenix - New solutions are needed to address insolvency in the construction industry

Building company insolvencies are rife and state governments must act.

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A new ball game for competitive tendering of exploration permits for coal and other minerals

Junior explorers must approach their applications very differently from the past.

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Making your mark in Australia: A guide for Chinese companies

There are opportunities for Chinese companies wishing to build their brands and business in Australia.

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Regional Planning Interests Bill is another hurdle for resource projects

Resources projects could be excluded from areas of regional interest.

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Consequential loss - Another fork in the road?

A recent decision has turned the meaning of consequential loss on its head...and it may impact your contracts.

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Due diligence is a fact of life for fund managers but how many use it to drive value?

Six simple steps to get more from your due diligence.

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Third Plenum decision: A reform manifesto

China’s Third Plenum has set the course for a more open and market-driven China.

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Infrastructure in Indonesia: Building the framework for effective PPPs

What needs to be done for public private partnerships to succeed in Indonesia?

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Employment and industrial relations implications arising out of Queensland’s contestability reforms

The scene is set in Queensland for greater competition in public health services.

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Competition provisions in international trade agreements - The cart before the horse?

Trade negotiations with developing nations must focus on realistic goals.

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Mining and oil and gas safety prosecutions set to rise in the West

Businesses that have had a serious safety incident since mid-2011 should be ready for the prosecutor to come knocking.

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