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Australian Government Announces Temporary Changes to Foreign Investment

Posted on 1/04/2020

The Australian Government has announced temporary changes to its foreign investment review framework so as to protect the national interest.

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Australia’s Most Successful Private Mining and Agriculture Business

Posted on 31/03/2020

I’m excited to be taking part in this year’s AmCham Academy in what is already a unique and extraordinary year! Working for the country’s most successful and hardest working businesswoman, Mrs Gina Rinehart, a true patriot of our country, is a remark

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COVID-19: How The Tax Code Can Help The Economy Recover

Posted on 18/03/2020

The coronavirus has taken over Washington, D.C., if not through infection, then through a focus on policy prescriptions to help the nation economically recover from the impacts.

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The International Day of Elimination of Racial Discrimination: March 21

Posted on 17/03/2020

While March in Australia is peppered with days of Inclusion in Australia from raising equality with the LGBTI Community through Mardi Gras, International Women’s day, and International Women’s history Month - there is a day that sometimes gets lost i

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International Day for the Elimination of Violence against Women

Posted on 25/11/2019

Stand up and speak out whether you observe physical violence or a sexist comment, do not let it pass unspoken, silence is affirming, saying nothing supports it continuing.

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Why Meaningful Work is Important for Wellbeing

Posted on 8/10/2019

Just like in life, it is through the highs and lows, the successes and challenges we experience during our career that helps to shape who we are as a human. It’s not just what we do that matters, it's who we are when we do what we do that does.

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Austal: Celebrating 20 years of Shipbuilding Operations in Mobile, Alabama

Posted on 30/08/2019

Austal (ASX:ASB), the worlds’ largest aluminium shipbuilder and Australia’s largest defence exporter has as a unique, highly valued relationship with the United States of America and is celebrating 20 years of shipbuilding operations in Mobile, Alaba

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Pfizer’s Centers for Therapeutic Innovation (CTI) Model

Posted on 29/08/2019

Pfizer’s Centers for Therapeutic Innovation (CTI) model is transforming the traditional approach to drug discovery by rewiring the R&D ecosystem with the goal of creating new, targeted therapies for patients living with disease. By departing from th

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Innovation Fuels the World

Posted on 29/08/2019

For over 100 years, CSIRO has been solving the greatest challenges through innovative science and technology. CSIRO created Australia’s first computer (1949). We invented plastic banknotes (1978) and commercialised them 10 years later (1988). Perhaps

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Case Study: Hancock Prospecting Group

Posted on 29/08/2019

The Hancock Prospecting Group is one of the most successful privately owned mining and agriculture companies in Australia’s history. Executive Chairman Gina Rinehart has transformed the group from one that was in a perilous financial state into a

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Healthcare 2.0: Solving Today's Challenges for a Better Tomorrow

Posted on 29/08/2019

Australia’s health system is ranked consistently as one of the best in the world, regarded for delivery of quality services and treatment outcomes. We aren’t alone, however, when it comes to pressures such as increasing capacity required by the dema

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World Refugee Day

Posted on 20/06/2019

World Refugee Day is held on June 20th each year and seeks to commemorate the strength, courage and perseverance of millions of refugees who are forced to flee from their home due to well-founded fear of persecution because of his/her race, religion,

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Is there a business case for creating a better traveler experience?

Posted on 12/06/2019

People tend to have a very glamorous view of business travel – flying business class, five-star hotels, lobster dinners, piling up the points, cutting epic deals. But as people who have travelled frequently for work for well over a decade, we assure

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Why You Should Join a Chamber of Commerce

Posted on 24/05/2019

In a nutshell, a chamber of commerce is a member organisation that organises and promotes the common interests of a business community. But what exactly does a chamber of commerce do? And why should you join one – that is, what’s in it for you? We de

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International Day for the Elimination of Racial Discrimination

Posted on 21/03/2019

I was born and grew up in Durban, during apartheid South Africa, immigrating to Australia 16 years ago. I remember my parents and extended family recounting the story of the 21st of March, 1960 when police opened fire and killed 69 people at a peace

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Elements of Trust

Posted on 18/03/2019

Trust is hard earned and easily lost.

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Diversity and Inclusion: A Personal Account

Posted on 4/03/2019

In 2019, AmCham’s Diversity and Inclusion Committee will be bringing you stories throughout the year acknowledging key dates in the Diversity and Inclusion calendar. Here is one from Patrick Jordon, Human Resources Director, Coca-Cola South Pacific.

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International Women’s Day, March 8th, 2019

Posted on 4/03/2019

The NSW Diversity and Inclusion committee would like to take moment to recognize the significance of International Women’s Day (IWD) 2019 and honour the people who have worked tirelessly to promote this day of recognition for more than 100 years. #I

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Six Must-Have Skills for Leaders in the Digital Economy

Posted on 15/10/2018

Computer technology has been a mainstay of business since the 1980s. In those formative years technology automated or streamlined business processes, provided back-office muscle and generally achieved efficiency and productivity improvements.

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Considerations for Supply Contracts During Trade Tensions

Posted on 12/10/2018

Shifts in supply chains are becoming more common as the tit-for-tat tariffs imposed between the US and China continue on without an end in sight. And China and the US are not the only countries imposing increased tariffs as well as non-tariff barrier

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Posted on 3/09/2020

The Going Global Program

The Going Global Program is funded by the NSW Government, and supports the objectives of Global NSW by building export success amongst the State’s businesses. It provides a holistic program of assistance, designed specifically for businesses to expan

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Posted on 3/04/2018

How Business Really Works: Digital Journey with Moe Ali

What's new in technology and how can your business stay ahead of the game? Moe Ali, Group Vice President of Gartner ANZ, talks to Duff about cyber-security, the importance of incorporating technology insights and information to the core of business m

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