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tasmanian forestry


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Around 29,000 hectares of hardwood plantations have been sold in Tasmania, according to the Australian government, and could allow for more sustainable forestry in the future. Australian Resources Minister Guy Barnett has revealed that the plantations have been sold for AU$60.7 million to Reliance Forest Fibre as a means of


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A Sydney-based sustainable forestry manager has called forestry an ‘environmentally conscious investment trend,’ while confirming that the fund’s growth highlighted the unlimited potential the sector offers. New Forests chief executive, David Brand, said that capital commitments in the fund’s third Australia New Zealand Forest Fund are tipped to increase to

tasmanian forestry


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With new data revealing a major rise in the private forest harvest in Tasmania over the last year, the government has promised to invest heavily in the sector to ensure that it is given every chance to continue to become a major boon for the local economy. The figures showed

Waving flag of Australia and China


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Australia has been chosen by China to be a key partner in a proposed regional free trade pact at a meeting attended by Asia-Pacific leaders. Following the shock election of Donald Trump as US President last week, China is now working to fill the gap left by the US after

Harry Triguboff - Structured Products


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Australia’s richest man, Harry Triguboff, has been extolling the virtues of investing in structured products, despite ongoing turbulence across the country’s mortgage market and economy as a whole. Eighty-three year old Mr Triguboff – the founder of the Meriton high-rise apartment block empire – is positive about the future prospects

Tasmania forest eucalyptus


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A United Nations report recommended against logging inside Tasmanian world heritage forests and the plans have now been abandoned as a result. The UN’s recommendations were accepted straight away by both the state and federal governments in Tasmania. However, the Tasmanian state forestry minister confirmed that he felt it was

australia real estate


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According to new data from the Foreign Investment Review Board, interest from international investors in Australian real estate has soared by a massive 75 per cent over the last financial year. The data showed that the value of foreign investment approvals for residential real estate in the country grew by

Australia impact invesgtments


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A new impact investment body is shining a spotlight on the many virtues of impact investment for Australia. This week, leaders from across Australia’s finance, corporate and community sectors have met in Canberra to urge the Government to lend its support to this form of investing. Impact investing – which