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Recognition and enforcement of cross-border insolvency: Nigeria in perspective – Lexology - February 18, 2019

Recognition and enforcement of cross-border insolvency: Nigeria in perspective LexologyOne of the challenges currently faced with Nigeria's standing in relation to international trade is the adequacy of the country's insolvency laws and….

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Opinion: A NW Qld flood recovery option – Beef Central - February 18, 2019

Opinion: A NW Qld flood recovery option Beef CentralIn this contributed opinion piece, farmer and research economist Ben Rees outlines a Whitlam era policy that he believes offers the best approach to structuring ....

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The Hayne debrief – beyond shareholder primacy – Business News - February 18, 2019

The Hayne debrief – beyond shareholder primacy Business NewsIn the wake of the Hayne Royal Commission final report, the concept of shareholder primacy is now being examined, writes AICD Communications Executive ....

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British airline Flybmi collapses, leaving passengers stranded – NEWS.com.au - February 18, 2019

British airline Flybmi collapses, leaving passengers stranded NEWS.com.auHundreds of passengers throughout Europe have been stranded by the abrupt collapse of the British regional airline Flybmi..

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Disgraced lawyer Tim Meehan to be struck off – Courier Mail - February 18, 2019

Disgraced lawyer Tim Meehan to be struck off Courier MailA FORMER high-profile criminal lawyer, who has served a jail term for fraud, is to be struck off the roll of solicitors for professional misconduct..

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Next in the Bankruptcy & Restructuring Saga of European and Asian Airlines – WOLF STREET - February 18, 2019

Next in the Bankruptcy & Restructuring Saga of European and Asian Airlines WOLF STREETOn February 5, German low-cost carrier Germania announced it has filed for insolvency in Berlin and that all flights will be suspended indefinitely. According to ....

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