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PricewaterhouseCoopers

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PwC

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26 May 2017

In the twenty-six years since the report of the Royal Commission into Aboriginal Deaths in Custody was tabled in the Parliament of Australia, the proportion of the prison population that is Indigenous has doubled.

Indigenous Australians are dramatically over-represented in the criminal...

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Sydney is in the grip of a housing affordability crisis. Not only does Australia’s biggest city possess some of the world’s most expensive real estate, it’s also going to need 725,000 new homes to cope with projected population growth over the next two decades.

While the relentless rise...

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20 Sep 2016

Introduction

In its May 2015 Budget, the Commonwealth Government announced an intention to implement the Australian Priority Investment Approach to welfare in Australia. The development of this approach was one of the recommendations of the review of Australia’s welfare...

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15 Sep 2016

This publication presents illustrative general purpose annual financial statements (GPFS) for a fictitious managed investment scheme, VALUE ACCOUNTS Unit Trust, and a fictitious pooled superannuation trust, VALUE ACCOUNTS Pooled Superannuation Trust. The financial statements comply with the...

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25 Jul 2016

A new PwC global report has found that harnessing the power of an older workforce could deliver gains of up to $78 billion for the Australian economy.

The report finds that if Australia’s employment rates for older workers aged 55+ was increased to those in Sweden (74% of those aged 55-64...

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24 Jun 2016

Key findings:

  • 2015 saw the first collective net loss in the Top 40’s history (US$27B)
  • Market capitalisation is down 37% negating all gains from the commodity super-cycle
  • High debt sees some miners fighting for survival through asset fire sales
  • Focus on
  • ...

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04 May 2016

Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull is fond of declaring “there has never been a more exciting time to be an Australian”. Federal Treasurer Scott Morrison has followed suit with his own superlative, challenging that the 2016-17 budget cannot be “just another budget, because these are extraordinary...

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30 Apr 2016

Australia has a mature range of health, welfare and education programs, collectively referred to as a social purpose market. These services are provided in an increasingly complex, mixed market where governments (the Commonwealth, states and territories, and local government) contribute...

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31 Jan 2016

The Road Safety Remuneration Act 2012 (RSR Act) required a review of its operation be conducted in the second half of 2015. The review was conducted by PricewaterhouseCoopers (PwC) and completed in January 2016 to account for the Road Safety Remuneration Tribunal’s most recent order...

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10 Nov 2015

This report, a product of Indonesian and Australian collaborators, provides an evidence-based argument that the opportunities to capture a significant part of a multi-trillion dollar market are real and that capturing them through combining, creating and selling are, in the words of ANZ CEO Mike...

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26 May 2017

In the twenty-six years since the report of the Royal Commission into Aboriginal Deaths in Custody was tabled in the Parliament of Australia, the proportion of the prison population that is Indigenous has doubled.

Indigenous Australians are dramatically over-represented in the criminal...

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Research report

Sydney is in the grip of a housing affordability crisis. Not only does Australia’s biggest city possess some of the world’s most expensive real estate, it’s also going to need 725,000 new homes to cope with projected population growth over the next two decades.

While the relentless rise...

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06 Oct 2016

PricewaterhouseCoopers finds that whilst there has been a continual slide in the advertising market share of free-to-air television and newspapers, traditional media has been successful at embracing new business models, including live events, such as Fairfax Media's Good Food Month, and News...

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20 Sep 2016

The rise of China as a global economic powerhouse has been well documented. Perhaps less well known has been the emergence of China’s currency, the Renminbi (RMB), as one of the world’s truly global currencies. 

Use of the Renminbi was limited even ten years ago. In 2009, China launched a...

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15 Sep 2016

This publication presents illustrative general purpose annual financial statements (GPFS) for a fictitious managed investment scheme, VALUE ACCOUNTS Unit Trust, and a fictitious pooled superannuation trust, VALUE ACCOUNTS Pooled Superannuation Trust. The financial statements comply with the...

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25 Jul 2016

A new PwC global report has found that harnessing the power of an older workforce could deliver gains of up to $78 billion for the Australian economy.

The report finds that if Australia’s employment rates for older workers aged 55+ was increased to those in Sweden (74% of those aged 55-64...

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Research report

24 Jun 2016

Key findings:

  • 2015 saw the first collective net loss in the Top 40’s history (US$27B)
  • Market capitalisation is down 37% negating all gains from the commodity super-cycle
  • High debt sees some miners fighting for survival through asset fire sales
  • Focus on
  • ...

Research report

04 May 2016

Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull is fond of declaring “there has never been a more exciting time to be an Australian”. Federal Treasurer Scott Morrison has followed suit with his own superlative, challenging that the 2016-17 budget cannot be “just another budget, because these are extraordinary...

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Research report

30 Apr 2016

Australia has a mature range of health, welfare and education programs, collectively referred to as a social purpose market. These services are provided in an increasingly complex, mixed market where governments (the Commonwealth, states and territories, and local government) contribute...

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02 Sep 2015

Current eye care services and programs are not effectively addressing a number of eye problems for Indigenous Australians, all of which are treatable or preventable with the right care.

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In 2012 the University of Melbourne's Indigenous Eye Health Unit...

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