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|... into its shores remain in place. But looking at Australia's trade stats, one would be forgiven for believing that Beijing and Canberra have kissed and made up and let bygones be bygones. Preliminary estimates by the Australian Bureau of Statistics ...|
|... (er, central command) ordered. At the opening of the fourth session of the 13th National People's Congress (NPC) in Beijing on the 5th of March this year, Chinese premier Li Kequiang 2021's GDP growth target of over 6%. This compares with consensus ...|
|... What's not so good for Brazil is heaven sent for Australia. Despite the escalation of diplomatic and trade tensions between Beijing and Canberra, China cannot get enough of Australia's biggest commodity export. Australian Bureau of Statistics' ...|
|... that's reaping most of the benefits - despite Australia's brewing diplomatic, political and trade tensions with Beijing - and because Brazil's pre-occupied with battling the still rising cases of coronavirus infections within its shores. ...|
|... the full benefits of elevated iron ore prices because of the ongoing diplomatic and trade tensions between Canberra and Beijing, which has already prompted China to impose import restrictions on Australian products. The latest international merchandise ...|
|... accounts for around 50% of total world iron ore exports - had it not been for the on-going diplomatic tensions between Beijing and Canberra sparked by that tiny micro-organism. As such, China had imposed trade restrictions, quotas, bans or whatever on ...|
|... announced this target growth rate at the opening of the fourth session of the 13th National People's Congress (NPC) in Beijing on March 5. Many a time, China's annual economic growth target had been considered too high/ambitious by economists ...|
|... decision came following the Chinese currency's fall beyond the psychologically important level - and the threshold Beijing authorities are willing to tolerate before intervening - to an 11-year low of 7.1087 in August 2019. To be sure, America's ...|
|The All Ordinaries index finished 2020 with a gain of 0.7%. Nothing to write home to mother about, especially compared with the 16.3% and 16.0% surge in the S&P 500 and the Nikkei-225, respectively, over the same period. However, the local bourse's ...|
|... weeks earlier ... right down to the risk to the outlook: "The simmering diplomatic and trade tensions between Canberra and Beijing constitute a major downside risk". This compares with the MYEFO's, "Recent trade actions affecting Australia's ...|
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Senator Jane Hume is allowing candidates who have failed the Financial Adviser Standards and Ethics Authority (FASEA) exam twice to re-sit it in 2022.
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The industry fund has appointed a general manager of brand and marketing.
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The government has passed legislation that will see the establishment of an independent body that will review the effectiveness of both the Australian Securities and Investments Commission (ASIC) and the Australian Prudential Regulation Authority (APRA).
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Westpac has decided to retain its New Zealand business after reviewing the feasibility of the 160-year-old division and the impact of increased capital requirements.
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