The Federal Government has again tinkered with the R&D Tax Incentives.
Wollongong, home to Bluescope Steel’s Port Kembla operation, has set a goal of net zero carbon emissions by 2050.
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Treasurer Josh Frydenburg’s message to business is “to back yourself and use your balance sheet to invest and grow.” Whilst we may not agree with all his policies, it is clear there is a significant need to invest in R&D, innovation and ways to enhance productivity, whether that’s through new technologies or processes to improve performance.
Emerging South Australian biotechnologies will be accelerated through a Chinese-backed $AU45 million investment fund aimed at commercialising health research for the global market.
An important part of the World Trade Organization will cease to function from midnight. December 10 is when the terms of two of the remaining three members of its Appellate Body expire. It is meant to have seven.
Gas is now flowing from Senex’s Project Atlas in the Surat Basin, with the state’s resources council saying it will drive down elevated prices and protect Queensland manufacturing jobs.
Lynas announced on Monday that it will build a rare earths processing plant at Kalgoorlie, expected to be complete by late-2022 or early the following year.
Australian company Oomiak Refrigeration has opened an office in Kuala Lumpur to drive its expansion into South East Asia.
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Energy company AGL has installed more than 10,300 solar panels across the company’s two Barossa Valley wineries in South Australia, with a predicted annual generation of 4,000 megawatt-hours.