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Outlook - What's next for class actions in Australia?

On the radar in Australian class actions: hearings, significant appeals, judgments and settlements, proposed actions and a potential regime change.

26 August 2016
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Red Tape | Breaking down non-tariff barriers in the international trade of agri-food

Non-tariff measures present major challenges for exporters but the outlook is not all bleak for international trade in agribusiness and food.

14 June 2016
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Exporters of the world rejoice - PRC customs issues e-commerce reprieve

International companies trading in cross-border ecommerce in cosmetics, infant formula milk powder, medical devices & health have a reprieve until at least 11 May 2017.

27 May 2016
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Top 10 Issues for Retail Landlords following amendment of the Retail Shop Leases Act

Queensland Parliament passed a bill to substantially amend the Retail Shop Leases Act 1994 to streamline the RSLA and cut red tape.

13 May 2016

Australian Federal Budget 2016-17: Goods and Services Tax (GST)

Proposed changes to the GST announced in the Australian Federal Budget 2016-17.

03 May 2016

Further challenges in China cross-border e-commerce

This article was written by Mark Schaub, Chen Bing and Martyn Huckerby.The boom in China cross-border e-commerce has been dramatic and exponential. It has led to strong share...

20 April 2016

A fit-for-purpose consumer law? The 2016 ACCC National Consumer Congress and the upcoming ACL Review

Key themes from the 2016 ACCC National Consumer Congress and the upcoming Australian Consumer Law Review.

17 March 2016

2016 means big business for the ACCC

Expect to see a greater focus on big business, industry codes, advocacy and market studies as well as a new addition to the ACCC’s list of enduring priorities.

24 February 2016

GST and cross-border transactions – revised Exposure Draft Bill released

The application of GST to supplies of digital and other intangible products by foreign suppliers to Australian consumers.

13 October 2015

Full Federal Court allows Flight Centre’s appeal

Flight Centre has successfully appealed a decision that found it had attempted to induce anti-competitive arrangements with three international airlines.

31 July 2015

Foreign bribery Senate inquiry given the green light

The Australian Senate has given the green light to an inquiry into foreign corrupt practices by Australian companies.

25 June 2015

Past, present and future of PRC’s Foreign Investment Industry Catalogues

A summary of the changes made to the PRC’s Catalogue for the Guidance of Foreign Investment Industries and the way forward for future iterations.

27 May 2015
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