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  • 2014-15 WA Budget Brief
    The new Western Australian Treasurer, Mike Nahan handed down a ‘no surprises’ budget on May 8, largely adopting previous government commitments on infrastructure spending and avoiding any hard decisions on revenue or expenditure.
  • Value of Upstream Independents falls
    Australia’s Top 25 Oil and Gas Upstream Independents experienced a decline in value during the second quarter of 2012.
  • Budget Monitor: The Budget balancing act
    The Federal Budget needs repair, but that doesn’t need to happen in a rush. Most of the repair should come from spending cuts, however that doesn’t mean ignoring the potential for higher taxes.
  • Investment Monitor March 2014: Engineering work steady as pipeline thins
    Growth remains solid, if below trend, and the key non-resources areas of the economy – retail spending and housing construction – are both showing encouraging signs.
  • Queensland has its mojo back although it’s a patchy recovery for some
    Queensland is on the right side of history and perfectly positioned to sell its resources, tourism and other products into the growth of emerging Asia markets according to Deloitte Access Economics.
  • Troubled times for WA listed companies with operations in Africa
    Western Australian companies operating in Africa, and particularly gold miners, are struggling with a range of production, cost and productivity issues Deloitte Australia said today.
  • Mining Indaba Special Edition
    In this special edition, we look at the performance of Western Australian listed companies with operations in Africa over the past 12 months.
  • Tracking the Trends 2014: Top ten issues in mining
    Deloitte’s global network of mining professionals has identified 10 of the main challenges likely to confront the sector during 2014 in our sixth annual report.
  • Budget Monitor: Modesty is the best policy
    The politicians are still grappling to come to terms with perhaps the most basic truth of all about the Federal Budget – while spending levels may well be decided in Canberra on a year-to-year basis, revenues depend much more on China.
  • Economic value of groundwater in Australia
    Australia’s reserves of groundwater help earn the nation a steady $34 billion a year from mining, food production and manufacturing.
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