July 31, 2014 | 07:24 PM

Xi Jinping's Latin American tour harbours insights for Australia

Chinese President Xi Jinping has just returned from his second state visit to Latin America


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Debunking the 'cost of children' argumentCost of raising a family in Australia suggest that parents must make hefty financial sacrifices to meet the needs of...

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To tackle risk, address how mortgage brokers are paid APRA released a draft prudential practice guide on residential mortgage lending in May

Memo to the IMF: there is no housing bubble
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Superannuation: make income the outcomeAustralia now is rightly reviewing whether the design of its retirement income system is meeting the needs of...

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Why Australia still cares more about the G2 than the G20The concept of a formal "G2" of economic leaders was always oversold.

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Takeovers should require go-ahead from shareholders

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The super rich and tax: lifters or leaners?A recent report from think tank Per Capita highlighted increasing concern over inequality in Australia's taxation system

It's Never Been Easier To Build This Little-Known Type Of Wealth
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Moving for work: not the panacea the government seeksIncentives for workers to relocate in search of work have been pushing higher up the policy agenda.

Labour productivity has risen - but it's not exactly a good news story
HECS for the unemployed: a finance answer to mining's decline
Skilled migration strategy falls victim to red tape busters
Australian business gets a good deal from the minimum wage

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Your life in their hands - privacy and your mobile deviceThe explosive uptake of mobile devices including smartphones and tablets has us immersed in a complex, volatile soup

Malaysia Airlines now faces stark choices in a battle to survive
Australia ranks on innovation - but indolence could cost us
Qantas: still 'Australian' but struggling in a competitive market
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To Succeed In Innovation, Avoid ExtremesWhen Scott Anthony talks about innovation people listen.

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