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http://australie.cnccef.org / La Section Australie des Conseillers du Commerce Extérieur de la France. Presse Australienne essentiellement.
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CEOs slow to log in to industrial internet age

CEOs slow to log in to industrial internet age | Revue de Presse des CCEF Australie | Scoop.it
SOME of the nation's most powerful business leaders are worried their companies are not making enough use of new technology to boost productivity, as the rise of the so-called "industrial internet" transforms the way firms use data to measure...
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Still a driving 'need to support auto industry'

THE head of the federal government's Manufacturing Leaders Group has strongly backed continued government support for the car industry.
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'Decade of deficits' puts focus on spending cuts, says new economic modelling

AUSTRALIA faces structural budget deficits "as far as the eye can see", according to new economic modelling that will reinforce calls for a systemic review of government spending.
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Champagne bubbles over

JEAN-MARC Lacave, president and director-general of the 241-year-old Champagne house Veuve Clicquot Ponsardin, has a secret and just five people know it.
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Westpac in bid for Asian bank stake

Westpac in bid for Asian bank stake | Revue de Presse des CCEF Australie | Scoop.it
Exclusive | Westpac made a surprise bid for a $400m stake in Hong Kong’s Bank of East Asia in December, in a clear sign Australia’s second-largest bank is becoming more serious about growing in Asia.
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Don’t take mining for granted: Rinehart

Don’t take mining for granted: Rinehart | Revue de Presse des CCEF Australie | Scoop.it
Mining billionaire Gina Rinehart wants the mining industry to become assertive about its importance to the national economy and educate Australians that it is saving the nation from a Greece-like debt crisis.
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We should match Asia’s hunger for language

We should match Asia’s hunger for language | Revue de Presse des CCEF Australie | Scoop.it
We in Australia can help our neighbours to acquire English. But have we considered what we can learn from them in building our own second and third language skills to fit us for the Asian century?
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Exporters take on the $A challenge

Exporters take on the $A challenge | Revue de Presse des CCEF Australie | Scoop.it
For nimble-footed exporters, the strong dollar offers the chance to expand off-shore for a bargain-basement outlay.
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Virgin to quit Tiger if forced on seats

Virgin to quit Tiger if forced on seats | Revue de Presse des CCEF Australie | Scoop.it
Virgin Australia chief executive John Borghetti has threatened to walk away from the airline’s planned acquisition of Tiger Airways if the competition regulator forces it to add seats to the low-cost carrier.
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New tax weapon to hit multinationals

New tax weapon to hit multinationals | Revue de Presse des CCEF Australie | Scoop.it
The ATO would have the power to disclose the key tax data of big companies under a proposal Treasury is considering as part of the federal government’s drive to make multinationals pay more tax.
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Dior opens first boutique in Australia

Dior opens first boutique in Australia | Revue de Presse des CCEF Australie | Scoop.it
Australia’s growing appetite for exclusive luxury brands is an unexpected boon for Christian Dior couture chief executive Sidney Toledano.
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Big projects ordered to buy local in PM's plan to save industry jobs

RESOURCE and infrastructure giants will be told to spend more heavily with local manufacturing companies in a Gillard government plan due within weeks to aid struggling industries amid fears of a wave of further job layoffs.
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