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The idea of a currency union with New Zealand is a perennial talking point, and with the kiwi dollar drawing close to parity with the Australian dollar it might seem like there’s never been a better time. However, as Sheryle Bagwell discovers, there’s not...
Though it's not widely known or recognised, science directly contributes $145 billion dollars to the national economy each year.
The report "The importance of advanced physical and mathematical sciences to the Australian economy" discussed here, shows that advanced physical and mathematical sciences account for...
Accountants are unlikely revolutionaries, but according to Jane Gleeson-White, they are leading the charge in reforming the global economy for the good of us all. An international movement has begun within the finance world, and a few innovative global companies are starting to look at...
This week the 2014 World Cup kicks off in Brazil. Rear Vision looks at the largest economy in Latin America and its attempt to deal with poverty and income disparity.
Brazil is Latin America’s largest country with a population of around 200 million. Although...
In 1998, a Maori tribe’s claim for land, resources and compensation, in New Zealand’s south island, was finally recognised. It was a dispute that began in 1849 and lasted for seven generations but now the Ngai Tahu are richer than they’ve ever been.