Tag: "Industry"

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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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Australia's 2017-18 Outlook

Australia’s 2017-18 Outlook

As Australia starts 2017-18, we can look back over the previous financial year and notice several interesting trends. Australia grew at a slow pace in 2016-17, a percentage point below…
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Ages of Progress

Ages of Progress

We have entered a fourth industrial revolution according to Klaus Schwab, founder of the World Economic Forum. And his treatise provides a valuable platform on which to view human progress…
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Urban myths versus the right information

Urban myths versus the right information

American corporates on the NYSE have been the world’s most profitable, on a weighted-average basis, in the post-Industrial Age over the past half century. The average American company’s profitability has…
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Sky-high: Surging apartment construction is driving growth

Sky-high: Surging apartment construction is driving growth

Surging apartment construction is driving growth across multiple states  The multi-unit apartment and townhouse construction industry has reached record highs over the past five years. However, volatile conditions have led…
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Fishing for growth overseas

Fishing for growth overseas

IBISWorld reveals strong export growth is keeping fishing and seafood processing afloat while aquaculture battles with Chinese competition IBISWorld research has shown the increasing importance of lucrative overseas markets to…
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One for the road

One for the road

IBISWorld reveals the increasing value of foreign markets to Australian wine producers as domestic alcohol consumption slumps A recent report by IBISWorld reveals that in 2016-17, domestic consumption of alcohol…
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Our New Federal Government

Our New Federal Government

Running a country these days is not for the faint-hearted. While the problems may vary, the degree of difficulty is high nearly everywhere across the world’s 230 nations. If the…
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Building up: High-density housing trends have benefited construction companies

Building up: High-density housing trends have benefited construction companies

Many significant events have influenced the global economy over the last year. Some of these events have affected the Australian economy as a whole, and some have hampered growth in…
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