Brexit

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The budget depends as much on China as it does on Canberra.

Tim Harcourt

The defeat of Theresa May's Brexit deal only adds to the uncertainty surrounding what will happen next and what the effect will be for Australia, says UNSW Business School's Tim Harcourt.

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The consequences of Brexit mean Australian exporters need to stop focusing on Britain and think more about Europe.

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It may be happening far away, but Australia could be deeply affected by the messy Brexit situation still ongoing in the UK.

Fariborz Moshirian

Agreement by EU leaders to the UK's Brexit deal leaves several key questions unanswered, says UNSW Business School Professor Fariborz Moshirian.

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Turbulence on the stock market will demand investor attention until Christmas, says UNSW Business School Professor Elvira Sojli, who specialises in understanding periods of market uncertainty.

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Britian is in the midst of a messy divorce with 27 European countries and will need to negotiate all manner of deals from a position of abject weakness, writes Richard Holden.

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An international conference at UNSW Canberra this week will examine the changing landscape of global labour markets, wages and working conditions. 

Trump

Brexit, the US election and the parlous state of public leadership in Australia are not anomalies. They represent a dire crisis of public confidence in expertise, knowledge and evidence, writes Rob Brooks.

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A Free Trade Agreement with Britain would be of huge benefit to Australia, and by signing soon could protect against an adverse impact from the UK's decision to leavethe EU, writes Tim Harcourt.

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