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October 2011
31/10/2011
Qantas planes are set to return to the skies Monday after Australia's workplace umpire ordered an end to the industrial dispute.
31/10/2011
Peter Anderson, chief executive of the Australian Chamber of Commerce, says reform is needed to ensure Australia remains globally competitive.
28/10/2011
Financial Services Council chief executive John Brogden discusses a recent study, showing a large portion of funds under management come from the Asia Pacific region.
27/10/2011
John Noonan, Snr Currency Strategist at Thomson Reuters, discusses currency markets in the wake of Europe's latest debt summit.
26/10/2011
Can China's economy continue to meet global expectations? University of Sydney's China expert, John Lee, provides insight.
25/10/2011
Jonathan Barratt from Commodity Broking Services discusses what is happening on commodity markets.
24/10/2011
A look at the impact of the European debt crisis on Asia.
21/10/2011
Senior currency strategist with Thomson Reuters, John Noonan talks about currency markets.
20/10/2011
Martin Davidson, chief executive of the British Coucil, explains Britain's strategy for doing business with Indonesia.
19/10/2011
China has released its weakest growth reading in two years, which suggests the government is managing inflationary risks.
19/10/2011
Jeanswest Group director Wilkin Fon explains why the company has succeeded while many other retailers have failed.
18/10/2011
China's economic slowdown is tipped to continue, as economists wait for Beijing to release its gross domestic product data.
18/10/2011
Jonathan Barratt, managing director with Commodity Broking Services, explains why the price of gold has fluctuated in recent weeks.
17/10/2011
Author Siimon Reynolds discusses the challenges faced by business leaders during economic downturns.
17/10/2011
EU officials are under increased pressure from the world's leading economies to resolve the eurozone's debt crisis.
13/10/2011
Business groups say they will continue to oppose the Australian Government's carbon emissions legislation.
12/10/2011
Greece has been granted more financial aid following an agreement between the IMF, EU and European Central Bank.
12/10/2011
Australia's Parliamentary Secretary for the Pacific, Richard Marles, comments on Australia's role in the region and Fiji's interim government.
11/10/2011
Jonathan Barratt, managing director with Commodity Broking Services, explains how developments in Europe are affecting commodity prices.
11/10/2011
The Belgian Government has stepped in to assist Dexia Bank, which has suffered severe liquidity problems.
10/10/2011
Graeme Browning, from Ernst and Young, says a lot of Australian companies want to make acquisitions despite market volatility.
07/10/2011
Thomson Reuters currency strategist John Noonan discusses the currency stoush between the United States and China.
06/10/2011
The ANZ banking group is putting money where its growth hopes lie - in Asia. Alex Thursby, head of the group's Asia-Pacific, Europe and American operations talks to Whitney Fitzsimmons.
05/10/2011
No good news for the American economy. That is the grim message from US Federal Reserve chairman Ben Bernanke to Congress.
05/10/2011
Europe's money chiefs meet to plan a firewall to stop the spreading "contagion" from Greece's debt.
03/10/2011
Kee Wong, managing director of E-ccentric Innovations, explains the need for businesses to understand the commercial differences between asian nations.
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