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Economic Roundup Spring 2004

Date:

Friday, 12 November 2004

Content ID:

930

Abstract:

The Spring 2004 edition of the Economic Roundup contains the following articles in PDF, RTF and HTML formats:
  • Foreign reserve accumulation in Asia: Can it be sustained?
  • International trends in company tax rates — implications for Australia’s company income tax
  • Improving global frameworks for corporate regulation: an Australian perspective
  • 2003-04 in review: continued expansion and world economic recovery
  • Key themes from the Treasury Business Liaison Program — July-August 2004

Documents Available:


Acrobat (PDF) documents

 Acrobat (PDF)

Economic Roundup Spring 2004 - Full document  851.59kb
Preliminaries  114.99kb
Foreign reserve accumulation in Asia: Can it be sustained?  258.29kb
International trends in company tax rates - implications for Australia's company income tax  277.00kb
Improving global frameworks for corporate regulation: an Australian perspective  208.17kb
2003-04 in review: continued expansion and world economic recovery  264.55kb
Key themes from the Treasury Business Liaison Program - July-August 2004  144.28kb
Sources of economic data  86.05kb
Past editions of Economic Roundup  62.91kb

HTML documents

 HTML

Preliminaries  3.77kb
Foreign reserve accumulation in Asia: Can it be sustained?  43.86kb
International trends in company tax rates - implications for Australia's company income tax  61.78kb
Improving global frameworks for corporate regulation: an Australian perspective  30.96kb
2003-04 in review: continued expansion and world economic recovery  40.66kb
Key themes from the Treasury Business Liaison Program - July-August 2004  15.44kb
Sources of economic data  3.19kb
Past editions of Economic Roundup  2.82kb

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  • Policy advice and Treasury's wellbeing framework
  • Risk, wellbeing and public policy
  • Might the United States continue to run large current account deficits?
  • Transparency obligations in international investment agreements
  • Key themes from the Treasury Business Liaison Program — April 2004

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