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Doggy want a (high-fibre, all-natural, organic) biscuit?

Doggy want a (high-fibre, all-natural, organic) biscuit?

IBISWorld reveals premium pet foods fuelling new markets for pet-care sector According to IBISWorld, the composition of pet food manufacturing and sales is changing, due to an increasing number of…
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IBISWorld reveals the health conscious index: an insight into the health of Australians

IBISWorld reveals the health conscious index: an insight into the health of Australians

While Australians are expected to consume less alcohol, spend less on tobacco, and consume more fruit and vegetables over the next five years, obesity levels are set to rise as…
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Natural Resources in Our Economy

Natural Resources in Our Economy

The world still believes that Australia has a resource-based economy, even though that ceased to be true well over 50 years ago. However, given that our exports are more visible…
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Wealth and Job Creation

Wealth and Job Creation

The ABS’s latest official estimate of Australia’s wealth for 2015-16 was $14.4 trillion, with a net value of just over $11 trillion after accounting for foreign liabilities (equity and debt)….
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Honesty, Crime and Punishment

Honesty, Crime and Punishment

We sort of know that Australia is the best place to live in this strange world of 2017, where terrorism, neo-dictators, climate change, incompetent heads of state and other scary…
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Diversification and innovation power Maori business margins

Diversification and innovation power Maori business margins

Recent IBISWorld research indicates Maori authorities continue to steer profitable organisations that outperform the average profit margins of the wider New Zealand economy by a sizeable 18%.   ‘The strong…
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Out of gas: Energy crisis looms over the eastern seaboard

Out of gas: Energy crisis looms over the eastern seaboard

Australia is endowed with abundant natural gas and coal resources. Coal seam gas (CSG) reserves in Queensland are considerable and significantly larger than conventional gas reserves. Over the past five…
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Taking account: The Big Four firms are diversifying away from accounting

Taking account: The Big Four firms are diversifying away from accounting

The Big Four accounting firms (Deloitte, PricewaterhouseCoopers, Ernst & Young and KPMG) have been growing through acquisitions in recent years, and branching out to consulting and advisory services. They have…
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From relocate to renovate: Australian property trends have begun to shift

From relocate to renovate: Australian property trends have begun to shift

The Australian residential property market has performed well over the past five years. Rising property prices and falling interest rates have fuelled strong revenue growth for operators in the Real…
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The Millennials Are Where the Action Is

The Millennials Are Where the Action Is

Australia gets a new generation of citizens around every 20 years on average, as shown in the first chart below. We have had 12 generations since 1788: Interestingly, five-and-a-bit of…
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