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  • Asian white paper, wish paper Asian white paper, wish paper

    Labor’s Asian Century white paper describes a most excellent future for Australia. It’s also choc full of unfounded fantasies and empty promises.

  • Six ways the taxman cometh Six ways the taxman cometh

    Swan’s surplus will rely on extracting tax from the Australian business community. Here are six ways the taxman might come after you.

  • Canberra's great superannuation rort Canberra’s great superannuation rort

    Former superannuation minister Nick Sherry has blown the lid on Australia’s greatest rort, the $210 billion unfunded public sector defined benefit superannuation schemes.

  • Australian super savers dodge a bullet Australian super savers dodge a bullet

    Savers look to have scored a win as the government flags that it’s abandoning plans to punish those Aussies saving via superannuation.

  • Marching orders for middle income exiles Marching orders for middle income exiles

    Cracks in Sydney and Melbourne’s middle class employment are starting to emerge, in the foretaste of a wider trend that could be a boon for Julia Gillard.

  • RBA readies for a double Dutch smack RBA readies for a double Dutch smack

    The RBA has made the right call with Australia needing to batten down the hatches for a double dose of the dreaded Dutch disease as well as a potential unemployment explosion.

  • Invisible cuts to the middle class Invisible cuts to the middle class

    Official employment data is failing to catch underlying trends that look set to see unemployment rise above 6 per cent in 2013, and middle class ranks wounded.

  • ECB's unlimited bond buy: What happens now ECB’s unlimited bond buy: What happens now

    The European Central Bank’s commitment to buy unlimited bonds to ease sovereign borrowing costs is a qualified but crucial step in stabilizing the eurozone’s finances.

  • Grollo is leading the IR battle Grollo is leading the IR battle

    Business leaders and the miners in particular should support Daniel Grollo in taking on the unions. If he loses, production costs will spiral just as Australia enters a slowdown.

  • Sky's the limit. An interview with John Borghetti Sky’s the limit. An interview with John Borghetti

    To successfully run a business in challenging times requires a mix of priorities rather than a narrow focus, according to Virgin Australia chief executive John Borghetti

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