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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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Australian car manufacturing reaches the end of the line, as Holden closes Elizabeth factory – NEWS.com.au - October 19, 2017

NEWS.com.au Australian car manufacturing reaches the end of the line, as Holden closes Elizabeth factory NEWS.com.au 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 t.

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Crown Casino: Gambling industry ‘Australia’s equivalent of the NRA … – ABC Online - October 19, 2017

ABC Online Crown Casino: Gambling industry 'Australia's equivalent of the NRA ... ABC Online The Alliance for Gambling Reform has slammed plans for a mega casino in Brisbane, saying the gambling industry is Australia's blind spot and akin to the ... and more ».

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Former Mirvac boss Chris Freeman set to chair the Queensland Symphony Orchestra next year – Courier Mail - October 19, 2017

Courier Mail Former Mirvac boss Chris Freeman set to chair the Queensland Symphony Orchestra next year Courier Mail BRISBANE bizoid Chris Freeman loves the arts but freely admits that his daughter used to drag him kicking and screaming to the ballet. That's a tad ironic, since the former Mirvac.

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Australian car manufacturing reaches the end of the line today, as Holden closes Elizabeth factory – NEWS.com.au - October 19, 2017

NEWS.com.au Australian car manufacturing reaches the end of the line today, as Holden closes Elizabeth factory NEWS.com.au 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 — .

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Toys ‘R’ Us Australia turns to G+T in bankruptcy – Australasian Lawyer - October 19, 2017

Australasian Lawyer Toys 'R' Us Australia turns to G+T in bankruptcy Australasian Lawyer Toys “R” Us, which is said to have a shared pool of global debt that's more than US$5bn, has around 40 stores and 3,000 employees in Australia. The Australian arm of the company is “expected.

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