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Oct 15, 2011
If Australia should lose yet again to New Zealand on the weekend, this Aussie would then start rooting for the All Blacks.
Read Article Rugby World Cup: An Aussie who would root for Kiwis
Oct 13, 2011
Shell and Woodside Petroleum are building floating liquefied natural gas stations, with the first to be completed by 2015. Read Article Heavy duty floating terminals come to the rescue of 'stranded gas'
Oct 10, 2011
Global resources pundits believe that as surely as night comes after day, India will follow China as the next explosive growth story in Asia. Read Article India tipped for China-type growth without global hunt for resources
Oct 08, 2011
Gold has had a good run since the global financial crisis took hold. But silver, the so-called lesser metal, has fared even better, quadrupling in value in recent years. Read Article Silver is as good as - or better than - gold
Sep 05, 2011
The Australian government seems determined to press ahead with heavy taxes on its lucrative commodities and resource industry at a time when both the global and Australian economies lie in the balance. Read Article Double whammy of taxes for Australian resource industry
Jul 12, 2011
Global resources pundits believe that as surely as night follows day, India will emulate China as the next big explosive growth story in Asia. Read Article In the midst of its growth, can India cut loose and show some steel?
Jun 06, 2011
Chinese fashion meant cheap copies of European or American brand names, but that was so yesterday.
Read Article Prada's listing in Hong Kong is a sign the East is where the action is
May 31, 2011
Socionomics. Mood mining. Whatever you call it, the study of social media's relationship with the world's markets is the hottest subject around. Read Article Simple correlation that links blogs and tweets to Dow Jones average
May 03, 2011
The more successful the oil or mining company the more demanding domestic governments and their associated stakeholders become. Read Article Mining multinationals face rising demands for share of profits
May 01, 2011
Australia's economy has successfully weathered the financial storm of the past few years, but deep fractures lie beneath the country's ostensible prosperity, writes Adam Courtenay. Read Article Not everyone at Australia's party is enjoying the music
Thamer Al Subaihi
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