The single SPP aims to simplify and clarify Queensland's planning and development system by one comprehensive policy.
The price of gold has had its biggest fall in 30 years, which raises some questions about its status as a safe haven.
The article highlights important aspects on the protection of minority interests when structuring investments in China.
Despite recent media speculation of a slowdown in China, Chinese outbound foreign direct investment continues to grow.
Foreign companies investing in China, particularly the western provinces, may still be able to benefit from competitive tax rates despite recent changes to tax laws, says Henry Tan of Nexia TS.
Cloud computing continues to be an area of significant interest and investment for many companies.
People reading my piece last month about the state of the world's economy may have detected a more pessimistic tone than in previous issues.
This alert answers the most asked questions about the new anti-money laundering and counter-terrorist financing regime.
New Zealand's 2013 Budget includes a package of three internationally focused growth initiatives to lift kiwi exports.
An IP expert from Hamilton will speak about creating great brainstorming sessions, to a global audience of IP experts.
The Protocol will increase the thresholds for which non-government trans-Tasman investments require regulatory approval.
Mining is central to the economic strategy but recent tragedies have shown the need for a robust regulatory framework.
This article is about 2 recent announcements relating to NZ research and development grants for science and innovation.
The new Advanced Technology Institute will support NZ firms to innovate in response to market needs and opportunities.
Brainstorming is planned so that participants are motivated to extract good ideas to be then plugged into the business.
The 2012 NZ budget aims to strengthen the Public Finance Act to potentially influence the shape of all future budgets.
Budget 2012 has its hands down the sides of the couch for loose change, to bring the books back into balance by 2014/15.
Facebook's recent market debut in the US raises comparisons in the NZ context with Trade Me's IPO in November 2011.
According to the Vietnam Law on Investment, foreign investors can invest in Vietnam via direct and indirect investment.