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China rolls out the welcome mat to foreign investors. As long as they’re the right sort.
The New South Wales (NSW) state budget, delivered by Treasurer Dominic Perrottet, announced a forecast surplus of $2.7 billion for 2017-18, with a focus on major investments in transport, education and health infrastructure.
Oil-producing countries are being forced to rethink their tax mix as oil prices remain low.
War, recession and increasingly reactionary politics are shaking the international order. As the UK exits the European Union and the US baulks at multilateral trade and security agreements, the world is changing rapidly, further shifting power to giants China and India.
Former Commonwealth Bank chief David Murray has warned of a house price collapse – it has happened before, and back in the 1890s it even led to bank failures. How likely is that in 2017?
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They’re often tucked away in the fine print but each year the Federal Budget delivers a few unusual items that generally don’t make it into the Treasurer’s speech.
International retailers like Amazon have arrived in Australia, with smarter methods, cheaper offerings and, in some cases, very deep pockets.
Many think high-income earners face the heaviest tax burdens but when rising taxes meet decreasing benefits, low-income earners can see earnings slashed. Welcome to a complex policy conundrum.