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New AWI chair disputes insolvency claims – Farm Weekly - November 13, 2018

Farm Weekly New AWI chair disputes insolvency claims Farm Weekly However, with widespread drought and an unprecedented fall in the wool market, Ms Garnsey understood the increase in votes for a 1.5pc levy. “We understand that there are tough times right now in a number of areas in Australia, in re.

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New chair of AWI said the company would make budget cuts before insolvency – The Weekly Times - November 13, 2018

The Weekly Times New chair of AWI said the company would make budget cuts before insolvency The Weekly Times Colette must give confidence to the market and tell our marketplace liquidation was never going to take place,” said Australia Wool Growers Association chairman Rob McBride. Ms Garnsey told.

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Payment times review will identify Australia’s worst payers | Dynamic … – DynamicBusiness - November 13, 2018

DynamicBusiness Payment times review will identify Australia's worst payers | Dynamic ... DynamicBusiness The Australian Small Business and Family Enterprise Ombudsman (ASBFEO), Kate Carnell today announced a review of payment times, to measure the effects ... ASBFEO probe report to name worst .

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Payment times review will identify Australia’s worst payers – DynamicBusiness - November 13, 2018

DynamicBusiness Payment times review will identify Australia's worst payers DynamicBusiness ... economy suffers as a result. “When a business experiencing extended payment times is also hit with late payments, it stresses the business further, which can easily put them out of business. Poor c.

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Australia: What do the new ipso facto stay provisions mean for government contracts? – Mondaq News Alerts - November 13, 2018

Australia: What do the new ipso facto stay provisions mean for government contracts? Mondaq News Alerts An ipso facto clause creates a contractual right upon the occurrence of a specific event. For contracts entered into after 1 July 2018, the ability of a contract counterparty to rely on so called .

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ASBFEO probe report to name worst late payers – Australasian Transport News - November 13, 2018

Australasian Transport News ASBFEO probe report to name worst late payers Australasian Transport News Poor cash flow is the primary reason for insolvency in Australia." The Civil Contractors Federation (CCF) is and earlier positive responder to the announcement. "The Federal Government has recently .

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