Business & Law

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In its 20th year, UNSW Sydney’s Peter Farrell Cup is identifying the next generation of leaders who will turn clever solutions into commercial success.

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Australian growers are effectively banned from a huge market. But details of the decision show how it may be reversed.

Tim Harcourt

Any boycott of Australian goods would be harmful to Chinese consumers, says JW Nevile Fellow in Economics Tim Harcourt.

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Professor Megan Davis, Pro Vice-Chancellor Indigenous and Professor of Law at UNSW Sydney, has today been named the Balnaves Chair in Constitutional Law.

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Sole traders helped by UNSW Tax Clinic who were behind on their quarterly Business Activity Statements were on average seven years behind.

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The question of China’s responsibility for the coronavirus pandemic, and any subsequent economic reparations, is complicated by sovereign immunity, a UNSW expert says.

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Late last month, Denmark, France and Poland banned companies registered in tax havens from receiving government COVID-19 bailouts. Should Australia do the same?

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A UNSW PhD student's research has assisted a Rohingya man's case for an Australian protection visa.

Dr Yenni Tim

Having a knowledge of cyber security is essential to protect ourselves and others. This is especially relevant during a pandemic when individuals and organisations are more vulnerable to cyber attacks, says cyber security expert Dr Yenni Tim. 

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In 2018, China began a barley investigation in response to Australia imposing anti-dumping duties on Chinese steel and aluminium.

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