Article – Qaim inaugurates admin block of Khairpur Special Economic Zone

23 February 2015 Daily Times Sindh Chief Minister, Syed Qaim Ali Shah inaugurated the administration block of Khairpur Special Economic Zone (KSEZ) on Sunday. Speaking on the occasion, the Chief Minister said […]

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Article – Indonesian President Joko Widodo to Inaugurate Special Economic Zone in Pandeglang

23 February 2015 ACN Newswire President Joko Widodo (Jokowi) will inaugurate the Special Economic Zones (KEK) of Tourism in the Tanjung Lesung, Banten provincial District of Pandeglang on Monday, an official said. […]

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Article – Special Economic Zone to showcase Cayman to tech companies

17 February 2015 Joe Avary Cayman 27 In April, the IMA and tech executives will be here for a look at what CEC touts as Cayman’s first rate infrastructure and business friendly […]

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Article – ‘Develop the north’

17 February 2015 Brad Thompson North West Star A NORTHERN infrastructure corridor could be one of the key selling points to attract developers to choose Mount Isa as the link for a […]

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growNORTH Newsletter

16 February 2015 Our image for this newsletter symbolises the commercial, global value chain and market-led approach of growNORTH based on the working assumption that a crucial underpinning or critical success factor […]

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Article – PM's Japan visit a success

13 February 2015 Bangkok Post During his visit, Prime Minister Prayut delivered a number of key messages – the first is that he values Japan’s role in selecting Thailand as a key […]

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Article – The Tax-Cutting Boon Sweeping the States

3 February 2015 Stephen Moore The Heritage Foundation While the prospects for tax reform in Washington are dim, as many as 20 Republican governors are moving forward with their own pro-growth tax-relief […]

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Article – New Northern Territory cabinet announced

10 February 2015 Dave Krantz Herald Sun Chief Minister Adam Giles has announced a new NT cabinet. This follows the political chaos that has gripped the Territory over the past week, and […]

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Article – Asia's noodle hunger drives demand

5 February 2015 Chanyaporn Chanjaroen Queensland Country Life AUSTRALIAN wheat farmers will face an increasing challenge keeping up with their neighbours’ appetite for bread and noodles. Demand from Indonesia, the Philippines and […]

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Article – More power to Qld regions

5 February 2015 AAP Watch out Brisbane – farmers, graziers and other small town Queensland folk are set to have more say over how the state is run. A swing back to […]

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