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Entrepreneurs' Programme helping Aussie advanced manufacturing businesses grow

Thursday, 15th Jun 2017
Two Australian advanced manufacturing businesses have transformed with help from the Business Management element of the Entrepreneurs’ Programme.
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2017 International Trademark conference wrap up

Thursday, 15th Jun 2017
Discussions at this year’s meeting focused on the impact of the digital age on trade mark protection and brand management, and the flow on effects for trade mark specialists.
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High Court rules in ACCC's favour in air cargo cartel case

Wednesday, 14th Jun 2017
The High Court of Australia today found that price fixing agreements entered into between Air New Zealand Ltd (Air NZ), PT Garuda Indonesia Ltd (Garuda), and other international airlines, which occurred between 2002 and 2006, breached Australia’s competition law.
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Get your questions answered about the new CoOL laws

Wednesday, 14th Jun 2017
The Australian Competition and Consumer Commission (ACCC) is hosting a free webinar on Thursday 22 June 2017 at 6:30pm (AEST) to help you understand the new Country of Origin Food Labelling laws and how to comply with the new food labelling requirements before they become mandatory on 1 July 2018.
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Sprint Telco pays penalty for unauthorised transfer

Tuesday, 13th Jun 2017
Sprint Telco Pty Ltd (Sprint Telco), a telecommunications provider, has paid a penalty of $10,800 following the issue of an infringement notice by the ACCC.
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Hong Kong and Australia seal agreement on fintech cooperation

Tuesday, 13th Jun 2017
The Hong Kong Securities and Futures Commission ('the SFC') and ASIC today signed a Co-operation Agreement which provides a framework for cooperation to support and understand financial innovation in each economy.
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Running a stocktake sale

Tuesday, 13th Jun 2017
Completing a stocktake sale can be time consuming if your business has a lot of stock. This is why you may need to run a stocktake sale to sell, move and reduce your products and goods.
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Almost $60,000 in penalties for sham arrangements send message to unscrupulous employers

Monday, 12th Jun 2017
A sham arrangement case that was the subject of a successful High Court appeal by the Fair Work Ombudsman has now been finalised, with the former operators of a Perth accommodation facility penalised a total of $58,740 in the Federal Court.
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