Week in review

July 2009
BRW;7/30/2009, Vol. 31 Issue 30, p19
Trade Publication
The article offers news briefs related to business operations in Australia. Prime Minister Kevin Rudd notes that recovery from global recessions will not be easy for the Australians. Ford Motor Co. did not pursue the plan of building a small four-cylinder Focus model in Australia budgeted with 230 million dollars after the plan was remarked as unprofitable. The Australian Energy Regulator's approval of the price increases by gas and electricity suppliers hit businesses with mounting power bills.


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