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Environmental Impacts of Shopping Bags, prepared for Woolworths Limited by Sustainable Packaging Alliance and RMIT. This paper is available on our website Woolworths Limited was a Banksia 2009 finalist in the Large Business Sustainability Award category. Other finalists in this category were GPT Group, Yarra Valley Water, Tasmanian Alkoloids and University of Technology (UTS). We congratulate the finalists and the category winner, The GPT Group. Woolworths Limited was awarded the Association of Chartered Certified Accountants Australia and New Zealand (ACCA) 2009 Sustainability Reporting Award in the ...
World telecoms and IT outlook: Always on
Long awaited and much-hyped, the convergence of the telecommunication and information technology sectors is taking shape. Not very long ago, the sales of personal computers, mobile phones and semiconductors were the bellwether indicators for the IT and telecom businesses. Today, progress is judged by the sales of Internet Protocol (IP) network equipment, broadband subscriber lines and the latest net-enabled gadget. The evidence of this merger of technologies can be found just about anywhere. The latest high-end mobile phone now handles many of the tasks of a PC, including email, word processing and video downloads. A PC with a ... market research, surveys and trends
Beehive - Potato, Potatoe
A special welcome to: Allan Parker, President of World Potato Congress; Terry Olsen, chairman of Potatoes New Zealand and chairman of the Congress Organising Committee. I would also like to acknowledge the Right Honourable Jim Bolger who will be speaking later in the morning. He was my first political boss when I entered Parliament in 1994. It is, of course very fitting he is speaking at the Potato Conference his political nickname was Spud, I don't know why so will leave him to explain. I also want to extend a warm welcome to World Potato Congress directors, international advisory committee members and the delegates who ... market research, surveys and trends


Efficient Consumer Response Australasia (ECRA), in conjunction with. Accenture and the University of ... 75 percent or higher. SUPPLy CHAIN CAPABILITy. DEVELOPMENT (SCCD) PROGRAM ... billion for the fiscal year ended Aug. 31, 2005. ... industry trends, business articles and survey research
Product Introduction and Delisting
Efficient Consumer Response Australasia c/o Australian Food and Grocery Council. Locked Bag 1, Kingston ACT 2604 ...... Their sales are in excess of US$4 billion ..... to achieve a cost reduction of around 5 percent in R&D, ... industry trends, business articles and survey research
Questions and Answers - 24 August 2010
I apologise to the Minister. We are not going to start the week that way. The Minister had not even started his answer before there was a barrage of interjection from, on this occasion, the Labour front bench. That is not in order. Interjections should relate to what a person says, and should not be just a widespread volley like that. Hon Trevor Mallard : I raise a point of order, Mr Speaker. Mr SPEAKER : I cannot imagine what the point of order is. Hon Trevor Mallard : The point of order goes to whether, in fact, this question should have been accepted, given that it contains irony. Mr SPEAKER : I do not think that the Hon ... market trends, news research and surveys resources
Peter Pyke Senate Candidate For Qld Agriculture And Water Policy
Looking forward, Peter Pyke predicts that Australia and South America will lead world exports in agriculture and food production. Already, he is troubled that foreign buyers who have recognised the potentialities are moving to acquire large-scale farming assets on our home soil. Peter sees agriculture and food production as presenting perhaps the most significant as yet unrealised opportunities ahead of our nation at this time. SELLING OUR FOOD: NOT THE FARM A recent ABC Online investigation revealed widespread concerns that Australia needs to do more to secure food supplies as other countries have begun snapping up our ... market trends, news research and surveys resources


Efficient Consumer Response Australasia (ECRA)
Efficient Consumer Response Australasia (ECRA). Conference Report 2009. Working TOGETHER for the Shopper. The ECRA Conference ... technology research, surveys study and trend statistics
Challenges for Australia's Bio/Nanopharma Policies: trade deals ...
which permits unrestricted use, distribution, and reproduction in any medium, provided the original work is properly cited. Industrial renewal in the bio/nanopharma sector is important for the long term strength of the Australian economy and for the health of its citizens. A variety of factors, however, may have caused inadequate attention to focus on systematically promoting domestic generic and small biotechnology manufacturers in Australian health policy. Despite recent clarifications of 'springboarding' capacity in intellectual property legislation, federal government requirements for specific generic price ... technology research, surveys study and trend statistics
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May 4, 2009 ... Wollongong, New South Wales, Australia 2500. Email: ...... Efficient Consumer Response. F. M. I. Research Department. ...
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How has the current recession affected proponents of Free Market ...
Capitalism these days does not resemble the 'free markets' model of it that is often conceptualised by its critics on the left. All economies have substantial public sectors - in Australia, for example, government absorbs about 1/3 of output produced. Therefore it is best to refer to 'mixed economies' which have dominant private sectors but large public sectors which provide public goods, redistribute incomes, stabilise the macroeconomy and deliver a social safety net which protects those vulnerable to extreme events. Where the limit should be drawn on the boundary of public economic activity is an issue that ...