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Solar industry fears for thousands of jobs should US impose import restrictions – Yahoo7 News - October 20, 2017

Solar industry fears for thousands of jobs should US impose import restrictions Yahoo7 News SINGAPORE (Reuters) - Singapore-headquartered solar panel maker REC hopes to be exempt from potential U.S. restrictions on imports following a recent trade finding that said no significant injury to the Unite.

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Lessons to be learned from the Toys ‘R’ Us bankruptcy – The Australian - October 20, 2017

The Australian Lessons to be learned from the Toys 'R' Us bankruptcy The Australian It's easy to cite Amazon as the primary cause of the collapse into bankruptcy of one of the world's largest toy store chains, Toys 'R' Us in the US but, while part of the explanation for.

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End of an era: Fans mob closing Holden factory – Perth Now - October 20, 2017

Perth Now End of an era: Fans mob closing Holden factory Perth Now The last car, a red Commodore V8 sedan, will mark the end of Holden manufacturing -- and an industry that represented approximately 50,000 jobs at more than 120 parts suppliers across Australia. Deputy Labor leader Anthony Albanese ..

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New VET loan options needed – The Australian - October 20, 2017

New VET loan options needed The Australian Given that excessive credit is now the most common cause of personal insolvency, according to a study released last week by the Australian Financial Security Authority, high interest loan options shouldn't be the solution for educational funding. This .

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End of an era: The last Holden car made in Australia – Perth Now - October 19, 2017

Perth Now End of an era: The last Holden car made in Australia Perth Now Former Holden boss Mark Reuss, who fought to save Holden during the 2008 Global Financial Crisis -- when General Motors axed its struggling global brands during bankruptcy -- paid tribute on social media in the lead-up to today.

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Debt agreements and how to avoid unnecessary debt traps – The Conversation AU - October 19, 2017

The Conversation AU Debt agreements and how to avoid unnecessary debt traps The Conversation AU Debt agreements are the fastest growing form of personal insolvency in Australia. They were designed to offer debtors a low-cost way to make arrangements with their creditors, while avoiding bankruptcy an.

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