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23.Jan, 2021 0

Andrew Forrest expands ‘agrifood’ operations at WA’s Brick House Station with agave, hay, sweet potatoes – ABC News

In the past 12 months, billionaire Andrew Forrest has made some significant investments, but his latest endeavour is hay, sweet potato, and agave. Key points: Andrew Forrest is developing his horticultural business Brick House Station, located in Western Australia, is the centre of the trials Agave, sweet potato and hay…

23.Jan, 2021 0

Got money to invest for dividends? Here are 3 ASX shares – The Motley Fool Australia

There are some ASX dividend shares that have a reputation for paying out income to shareholders each year. It’s harder to make money from bank accounts these days because of how low the official interest rate from the Reserve Bank of Australia (RBA) has gone. It’s now down to just…

23.Jan, 2021 0

2 top ASX shares to buy according to WAM – The Motley Fool Australia

Respected fund manager Wilson Asset Management (WAM) has recently identified two ASX shares that it owns in its portfolio. WAM operates several listed investment companies (LICs). Two of those LICs are WAM Capital Limited (ASX: WAM) and WAM Leaders Ltd (ASX: WLE). There’s also one called WAM Active Limited (ASX: WAA) which looks at businesses it thinks…

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Google Escalates Dispute With Australia by Threatening Search Shutdown – Bangkok Post

Google Escalates Dispute With Australia by Threatening Search Shutdown Fight is over a proposed law requiring tech giants to pay publishers for news; ‘we don’t respond to threats,’ prime minister says The Google logo in Brussels. Google threatened yesterday to block Australian users from accessing its search service. Google threatened…

22.Jan, 2021 0

China shuns imports of Australian copper ore – The West Australian

Tom Daly and Emily ChowAAP The last time China had no imports of copper concentrate from Australia was in April 2004. Credit: TheWest China’s imports of copper concentrate from Australia dried up completely in December, customs data shows, as smelters shun Australian suppliers amid rising tensions between the two nations….

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What novel kind of insurance is this director brewing up? – Insurance Business Australia

“It’s really a bit of a passion play for us,” Campbell told Insurance Business. “Matt’s worked with the Stone & Wood brewery since they began, and it’s a market that has really experienced a lot of growth of late – there are lots of breweries and distilleries popping up around…

22.Jan, 2021 0

How the rise of Aldi in Australia has transformed supermarket shopping – SmartCompany.com.au

Source: Shutterstock. Twenty years ago, on January 25, 2001, a virtually unknown German supermarket chain quietly opened its first stores in Australia. The two stores — one in Sydney’s inner-west suburb of Marrickville, the other in the outer south-west, near Bankstown Airport — were small, about a quarter of the…

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Australian small cap investments: The small caps pushing for international growth – The Australian Financial Review

Wisetech Global, Appen, Altium, Xero and other tech leaders reinforce the gains from Australian-listed companies that crack international markets. Glennon Capital’s Michael Glennon says his firm’s attitude towards small-cap companies that expand overseas has changed. “We used to be adamant we wouldn’t invest in Australian companies that moved offshore through…

22.Jan, 2021 0

Google threatens to shut down search in Australia – CNN Philippines

(CNN) — Google says it will shut down its search engine in Australia if a controversial bill designed to benefit the news media becomes law. At a Senate hearing in Canberra on Friday, Google Australia Managing Director Mel Silva said the draft legislation “remains unworkable,” and would be “breaking” the way…

22.Jan, 2021 0

Sydney startup to help vaccine hopeful Novavax roll out jab – Sydney Morning Herald

The company, which was founded in 2014 and has just 22 staff, will assist Novavax in providing data to the Australian regulator ahead of approval, as well as helping plan for delivery and rollout of doses across the country. Biocelect chief executive Karl Herz, a local pharmaceuticals industry veteran who…