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    Refugees and Asylum Seekers in Australia: 1970’s and 21st Century

    The terms refugee and asylum seeker are different; according to the UNHCR “ an asylum-seeker is someone who says he or she is a refugee, but whose claim has not yet been definitively evaluated.”1 The definition of a Refugee is different it reads: “Someone who is unable or unwilling to return to their country of […] More

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    BILABONG Australia – financial statement analysis assignment

    BILABONG Australia – financial statement analysis assignment ACCT 5910-Business Analysis and Valuation Contents Executive summary……………………………………………………………………………………………………3 Executive summary The purpose of report is to provide a comprehensive analysis of Billabong International Limited. This report is primarily based on a trend analysis of Billabong’s financial performance ratios from 2009 to 2011, common size table of the balance […] More

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    Is technology a blessing or a curse in australia

    Good Evening fellow speakers, judges and audience. Tonight I will be speaking about the topic is Technology a blessing or a curse? What is technology, the definition of technology in the Macquarie budget dictionary is the branch knowledge that deals with science and engineering. To me it means anything that helps us to live our […] More

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    Virgin Australia Marketing Plan

    How formalized is the organization? Provide examples of formal rules and procedures, and indicate whether they are always followed. In an organization, formalization refers to the extent to which employee behavior is steered by rules and regulations that govern the organization and the degree to which these rules and regulations are standardized within the organization. […] More

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    Why Guns Should Be Banned in Australia

    Persuasive Writing task: Banning of guns in America Ever since the tragic shootings at Sandy Hook elementary school, it has brought attention to the people around the world for the introduction of the banning of guns. In recent years, the firearm related deaths in America soared to over 30,000, but in Australia in the same […] More

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    Australia in a Business Context

    1.1 Introduction In today’s world, internationalization is inevitable for companies competing in the global world, where their production, target market, business model were integrated across different frontiers (Robins 2000) and between different people in different countries (Schulte 2000) In this report, we will discuss about Fraser and Neave and the potential of a joint venture […] More

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    Illegal Immigration to Australia

    MORE than 11 illegal immigrants are arrested in Victoria every week and the numbers are expected to continue to rise. In the past financial year 612 people were arrested – up from 429 the year before. Few of the illegal workers were likely to be asylum seekers who arrived by boat, with 517 arrested after […] More

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    Racism in Australia

    One in five people living in Australia have experienced racist abuse During the past year, 1 in 5 people living in Australia was a target of racial discrimination (around 4.6 million people). This is an increase from 1 in 8 the previous year (Source). 1 in 5 people living in Australia has been a target […] More

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    Road Accidents as a Health Issue in Australia

    Exploration and Analysis of a Health Issue Affecting Australian Population [Name of Student] [Name of Affiliate Institution] [Date] Introduction Australia, just like other countries in the world, faces various health issues that are widely spread all over the country. The country has to come up with initiatives on how to improve the current Public Health […] More

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    Growing Up Asian in Australia Creative Story

    I just had an enormous fight with my mother, “I forbid you to ever go near the athletic track when you’re under my roof.” She didn’t take the news of my athletic training too lightly. “You go back there, you’re out! Out on the streets!” I grabbed my runners and slammed the front door on […] More

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    Native Title Law Reform Australia

    Mabo and others v State of Queensland (No.2 (1992) HCA 23, is arguably one of the most famous native title claims in Australian history. This case was the first in Australian history to successfully overturn Terra Nullius and essentially led to the creation of the Native Title Act 1993 (Cth) (‘The Act’). Terra nullius means […] More

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    SWOT Analysis of Nestle Australia Ltd

    Executive Summary This SWOT (strength, weakness, opportunity, threat) report examines those four areas of a new Nestle product in the market. This product has a new and unique mixture that has never been in the local market shelves ever before. Although this report is mainly about the new product, it also looks at the history […] More

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    Holden Australia

    1. Management Decision Problem 1.1 Background Holden is an Australian company which is manufacturing and supply of cars, engines and auto parts. With the vehicle market in good times, the sales of Holden continued to drop even though it received a massive financial supplement of approximately $150 million a year from the Australian government (Coorey, […] More

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    Debt in Australia, Monetary Policy

    Introduction It is imperative that the Australian households’ debt have noticeably risen over the past two decades, and is currently rated high according to international standards. The sharp increase in housing debt has been the reason for the rise in the household debt. Increased availability of housing finance, strong demand for debt from investors, and […] More

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    Impact of online shopping on shopping centres in Australia

    Module 2 How would you define the industry to be analysed? Is the industry global? Is the organization mentioned Australian or overseas based? Can you make any inferences about the industry value chain from the article? What are the key product and services segments in the industry that are mentioned in the article? Are you […] More

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    The Australia immigrant entrepreneurship

    Australia, one of the most cosmopolitan of contemporary western societies, has a long history of immigrant entrepreneurship, with many ethnic groups significantly over-represented in entrepreneurial activities, particularly in the small business sector of the Australian economy. Immigrant enterprises, mainly small businesses, generate significant economic growth, employment opportunities and import export activity across a broad range […] More