Australia-China Strategic Economic Dialogue promotes investment in regional infrastructure

13 August 2015Joe HockeyTreasurer of the Commonwealth of Australia The Treasurer and Minister for Trade and Investment today hosted the second annual Australia‑China Strategic Economic Dialogue with Chairman Xu Shaoshi of China’s […]

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ABC ‘Fact Check’ needs a reality check

13 August 2015Andrew RobbMinister for Trade and Investment A ‘verdict’ by ABC’s ‘Fact Check’ that our landmark China Australia Free Trade Agreement (ChAFTA) allows Chinese companies to bring in workers for major […]

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Article – Stokes Re-enters Northern WA Cattle Industry with Napier Downs Purchase

11 August 2015Jon CondonBeef Central Another large Kimberley/Pilbara cattle station acquisition by another WA business magnate. Perth business tycoon Kerry Stokes’ private holding company has bought Napier Downs, regarded as one of, […]

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Article – ‘We aim to attract investments that can create lots of jobs’

10 August 2015 K.T. Jagannathan & G. Balachandar The Hindu Business Line At a time industrial units in Tamil Nadu and Andhra Pradesh are scouting for a place free of controversies to […]

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Article – Abbott labels Carmichael approvals overturn ‘green sabotage’

7 August 2015Cole LatimerAustralian Mining In the wake of the Adani Carmichael coal mine’s overturning of its environmental approvals, Tony Abbott has labelled the move ‘sabotage’. In a case led by the […]

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Article – Minister for Lands admits Western Australia's pastoral lease system is 'clunky'

6 August 2015Tom EdwardsABC Rural The Western Australia Minister for Lands has admitted the approvals process for agriculture projects on cattle stations is “clunky”, but says the system is being improved. In […]

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Article – Bipartisan trade mission to strengthen live export industry

6 August 2015Bill ByrneMy Sunshine Coast The Northern Territory and Queensland Governments will lead a delegation on a bipartisan trade mission to Indonesia, aimed at supporting Northern Australian agribusiness. NT Minister for […]

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Article – Homegrown hopes for R&D boost to boost farm exports

8 August 2015Damon KitneyThe Australian The chief executive of the newly listed Costa Group, Harry Debney, is no stranger to using technology and research to eliminate the risks associated with agricultural production. Australia’s […]

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Article – Australian PM calls for end to 'sabotage' of mining projects

7 August 2015The West Australian Australian Prime Minister Tony Abbott has warned against the use of courts to “sabotage” developments, after approval for a massive India-backed coal mine was revoked on a […]

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Article – Construction and agribusiness to win from Singapore trade plan

10 August 2015Greg EarlAustralian Financial Review The construction industry and farm exporters will be the probable first beneficiaries of a plan by the Abbott government to create a free market between Singapore and Australia […]

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