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17.04.2015

China economy to slow, hurting Australia: IMF

A crackdown on cheap credit in China is expected to help reduce the rate of China's real GDP growth from 7.4% last year to 6.8% this year

15.04.2015

The Tax white paper - only good for fish and chips now?

Achieving tax reform is often a long process as the government of the day looks for consensus before presenting proposals to the Parliament.

14.04.2015

Adapt or perish: Australia Post must embrace digital disruption

Most industries are vulnerable to digital disruption of established business models

09.04.2015

Why we've been discussing the Greek bail-out in the wrong way

Greece runs the risk of becoming the first OECD country to default on its obligations to the IMF.

31.03.2015

Issues paper flags 'lower, simpler, fairer' tax: experts react

Australia needs tax reform to prevent millions of people experiencing bracket creep

30.03.2015

Stakes are high for Australia in Asian infrastructure bank

Australia will likely join more than 40 countries signing on to the China-initiated Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank

26.03.2015

From 'debt disaster' to 'good result': a budget message lost

A week may be a long time in politics, but it's not in economics.

25.03.2015

Why the days of performance appraisals should be numbered

We know the perils of performance appraisal almost instinctively.

24.03.2015

Electricity privatisation: has the NSW golden goose been plucked?

That A$20 billion and the government?s infrastructure plan are both at risk because of two key events in the NSW election campaign.

20.03.2015

A roadmap for the 2015 Budget: ways to increase tax revenue

Prime minister Tony Abbott has suggested that people will find the 2015 federal budget "pretty dull and pretty routine"

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