Video – Special economic zones in China: Do they work?

29 August 2014 CNBC Jim Coleman, head of economics at BuroHappold Engineering, and Stephen King, chief global economist at HSBC, discuss whether China’s special economic zones are a benefit to the economy. […]

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Article – New rare earth mine coming to Western Australia

18 August 2014 Cecilia Jamasmie Northern Minerals’ (ASX:NTU) flagship rare earth project Browns Range received a major push Monday after the company announced it has secured a $6 million funding rom Macquarie Bank […]

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Article – Prominent cattleman Sir Graham McCamley backs proposed dam on the Fitzroy as an ideal start to the development of Northern Australia

21 August 2014 Kathleen Calderwood and Marlina Whop ABC Rural Water security is a key issue for anyone in agriculture and one of the biggest hurdles to promoting development in northern Australia. […]

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Article – Capricorn Coast chases $80m for northern tourist link

20 August 2014 Pam McKay The Morning Bulletin MAYOR Bill Ludwig says it is the “ideal time” for the Livingstone Shire Council to push its plans for a northern tourist link. The […]

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Article – WA faces shift in job skills demand

21 August 2014 Shane Wright and Gareth Parker The West Australian WA will have to find another 300,000 workers over the next decade and they will need to have farming, teaching or […]

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Article – What is the NABRC?

22 August 2014 Matthew Cawood The Land REINVENTING the research, development and extension (RD&E) investment consultation model is the first priority for Meat and Livestock Australia (MLA) in a restructure announced this […]

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Article – Summit told Katherine may rival Alice Springs

14 August 2014 NT News KATHERINE could eventually grow to the size of Alice Springs on the back of mining, agriculture and transport, a summit on the development of northern Australia was […]

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Article – Push to Develop Top End

13 August 2014 Get Broadacre The Federal Government recently called for responses to the Green Paper on Developing Northern Australia to develop a clear, well-defined policy platform for promoting economic growth. The […]

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Article – NT residents have their say on development

13 August 2014 Amy Whittaker NRN The Office of Northern Australia is holding regional summits in the Northern Territory over the next few weeks to urge Territorians to have their say on […]

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Article – Darwin and Adelaide likely export hubs for Queensland uranium

14 August 2014 Marty McCarthy ABC Rural The resurgence of uranium mining in Queensland is gaining momentum, and talk is growing about the economic opportunity that could provide for ports in neighbouring […]

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