Tag: China

Having Australian Ports in foreign hands could harm our long-term security

By Peter van Duyn, Maritime Logistics Expert, Institute for Supply Chain and Logistics, Victoria University  The change to foreign

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BHP “simplification” leads to management cuts

BHP Billiton today announced a new “simplified” operating model to accelerate productivity and create a more agile company “ready

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China to close more than 1000 coal mines

The Chinese mining industry is expected to take a huge hit this year, with the country planning to close

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Learning on common ground

The Australia-China Free Trade Agreement may be making headlines for the political debate around foreign labour, but that’s not

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Labor and Unions Accused of ‘Irresponsible Falsehoods’ Over Skilled Migration

The AMMA has accused the Labor party and unions of spreading ‘irresponsible falsehoods’ regarding what the Australia-China free trade

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Free Trade Agreement with China to Boost Flagging Resources Sector

Yesterday’s signing of an historic Australia-China free trade agreement has been applauded by mining chiefs, who say it will boost

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Queensland Exploration Scorecard Results

With the Queensland Exploration Council’s Exploration Scorecard now available for viewing online, a variety of both positive and negative

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Queenslanders Kicking Goals Overseas

The rest of the country might have ‘tall poppy syndrome’ but here in Queensland, we like nothing better than

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Surge in demand for steel in India good news for Australian iron ore and coking coal

The future of iron ore and coking coal, used in the manufacture of steel, could be looking up with

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Peabody Energy says coal still in strong demand around the world

Peabody Energy claims coal remains in strong demand around the world with long term growth in global markets looking

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