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Asia Pacific Region World Trade Organisation
2,078 wordsTrade and investment Australia's export structures have changed considerably over the past 15 years. Although trade in commodities remains strong, new services and sophisticated manufacturing export markets have emerged. Merchandise exports were valued at $ 86 billion in 1998 - 99. During the same year, Australian exports of services totalled $ 26 billion. Exports recorded seven per cent average annual growth in the five years to 1998 - 99. They now account for 20 per cent of GDP, compared with ...
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Trade And Investment Goods And Services
1,986 wordsEnvironmental Forces In the business market there is so much competition that companies sell outside the country to increase sales. Increasing internationalization of business is requiring managers to have a global business perspective and an understanding of the differences in the environmental forces of the markets in which they operate. Decision making in the international environment is more complex and having an understanding of the external environmental forces enables international manage...
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South East Asia World War Ii
1,108 wordsThe Vietnam War had great political impact and led to deep division within Australian society. The Australian people were forced to take the issues about the Cold War, Vietnam and the arms race seriously because of Australias military involvement in Vietnam from 1962 to 1972. As a result, our fear of communism and of Asia increased dramatically. Australia, occupying a large mass of land, yet having a small population had always lived in the belief that they were threatened some way by the foreig...
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Goods And Services Interest Rates
809 wordsWhat economic tools does the government use to manage the economy and carry out economic functions? Outline how the government carries out these functions and discuss some of the constraints the government faces in performing these functions. " The government performs many different tasks and functions in the economy and management of the economy. The government has a variety of tools, which are used in the management of the economy, but along with these tools, constraints are often placed on th...
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The Role Of Marketing In Telstra International
1,218 words... therefore has a range of international investments. Movements in the Australian dollar against other countries could affect operating revenues dramatically. To counter strike this, Telstra swaps foreign currency borrowings into Australian dollar equivalents. Occasionally there are exceptions however this method has proven to remove the foreign exchange risk. 5. 1. 2 Economic Developments Telstra is dependant on the general economic conditions in Australia, including levels of Gross Domestic ...
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How Australia Reacted To The Threat Of Communism
1,251 wordsThe threat of communism that the Australian government produced is highly debatable issue. Australia was being exposed to Communism, which was spreading south from Russia, through Asia and ultimately to Australia. The domino theory was a key belief in the mind of the public, spreading fear throughout the world. The Liberal party exploited the threat of Communism and the domino theory to help with their election campaign. They attempted to ban the Communist Party from Australian soils. Trade unio...
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One Hundred Years Native Title
1,192 wordsAssignment 3 - Essay Topic 3: Discuss the political struggle for recognition of indigenous rights to land. In your answer, consider the benefits and limitations of the Native Title Act and recent United Nations criticisms of the current Act. For years we have witnessed the Indigenous population's political struggle for recognition of rights to Australian land. At times the effort appears to be endless and achieving recognition almost seems impossible. Native Title and Land claims have become a s...
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Native Title Australian Government
1,029 words... defined. web This creates a serious limitation within the Native Title Act since Indigenous communities would cross over and often share sections of land within Australia. This leads to Native Title negotiations, on whose party should obtain rights to the land. These Land right negotiations can continue for years often slowing down and delaying the process of claiming the right to Native Title over Australian land. This is also a very costly process. According to the High Court, "Native Titl...
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Local Governments Role In Crime Prevention
1,531 wordsLocal Governments Role in Crime Prevention Introduction In order to provide an effective response to crime, and to explore the role of the Australian local government in crime prevention, it is crucial to understand the philosophy underlying the subject. The present study focuses on local governments role in crime prevention with specific reference to arrangements in NSW and explores future directions for local government involvement in crime prevention. Local Governments' Role in Crime Preventi...
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Conflict Between Australia And Aborigine Property Rights
2,927 wordsConflict Between Australia and Aborigine Property Rights In the past centuries a peaceful yet devastating fight on the territory of Australia occurred. The fight happened between the natives of the continent the Aborigines, and newcomers the European settlers. Aborigines have lost it and became the minority in Australia, a country they used to be the sole occupants of. Their relationship to the government as a minority has affected them profusely. Many of the policies the government has construc...
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Tax System Anti Competitive
2,067 wordsComparison of Australian taxation system Abstract A fundamental shift is occurring in the thinking of revenue authorities across the leading developed countries. The fear of lost revenue from international tax avoidance is giving way to the fear of lost revenue from non-competitive international tax systems. It is almost unheard of for the Deputy Secretary of the U. S. Department of the Treasury to state, as he did recently, that the sad truth of U. S. international tax rules is that they no lon...
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Criminal Justice System War On Terror
2,532 wordsArticles Critique The race is not to the swift, nor the battle to the strong, Nor bread to the wise, nor wealth to the intelligent, Nor success to the skilful; Time and chance govern all. Ecclesiastes. There is a wild spirit of adventure that looks like malice. Nietzsche. In the two articles The Australian left to rot behind bars by Gay Alcorn and Justice required but mercy is not by Piers Akerman the authors talk about the David Hicks, an al Queda member, who is currently at the military base i...
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Criminal Justice System War On Terror
2,301 wordsArticles Critique The race is not to the swift, nor the battle to the strong, Nor bread to the wise, nor wealth to the intelligent, Nor success to the skilful; Time and chance govern all. Ecclesiastes. There is a wild spirit of adventure that looks like malice. Nietzsche. David Hicks was captured by the Northern Alliance in Afghanistan in early December 2001 while travelling with Taliban soldiers who were defending their territory from the Northern Alliance. Davids father, Terry, said his son se...
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Australian Telecommunication Industry Part 1
1,628 wordsAustralian Telecommunication Industry Analysis Australia has one of the most open and liberal markets for competition in international telecommunication services. Market liberalization has created opportunities for new players to enter the Australian market and provide all types of services to Australian telecommunications users. An industry analysis states that the international telecommunications services market is currently valued at around A$ 150 b. (Commission paper no. 10, February 1998). ...
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Coca Cola Company Australian Government
667 wordsAustralia Blocks Bid By Coke to Purchase Cadbury Beverages The Coca-Cola Company has come under recent fire in most of its international markets. The Chairman Douglas Investor has made a bold attempt to buy another soft drink Company Cadbury Schweppes. The Australian Government stepped into the transaction saying that Coca-Cola was becoming a monopoly. Allan Fels, the chairman of the Australian Antitrust body admits that substitute goods for Coca-Cola products are not switched to when the price ...
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Industrial Relations Relations Act
1,353 wordsThe 1998 Waterfront Dispute was described by John Howard as a defining moment in Australia s industrial relations history. Do you agree with this statement? Support your view by discussing the events and outcomes of this dispute. John Howard s comment on the 1998 Waterfront dispute between the Maritime Union of Australia and Patrick Stevedores was a hypocritical and ignorant description of one of Australia s worst industrial relations disputes. The Australian Government considers that Australia ...
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Communications Decency Act Freedom Of Speech
3,318 wordsWhen the government first developed the Internet for military purposes, they had no idea that by the time the nineties came around, nearly everyone in the world would have access to a world wide web of information. Now, the Internet has exploded into one of if not the best source of information in the world. Not only that, but it has become a place where people of all different races, cultures, and societies can go to converse on different topics. Best of all, they can converse about all these t...
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