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Pay suppliers on-time, or pay interest - Commonwealth policy encourages e-invoices

China - November 29 2019 As part of its overall policy of facilitating timely payment to suppliers, assisting with their cash flow and reducing the cost of doing business...

Annabel Griffin, Jillian Kearns.

Government moves to restrict inappropriate Foreign Interference in Australian Universities

Australia - November 18 2019 The Government continues to hold deep concerns about foreign interference in Australia. Recent issues about influence on academic research are now...

Caitlin Rodgers, Malcolm Brennan.

Political Donations: To disclose or not to disclose

Australia - August 13 2019 A media spotlight on whether large businesses have been declaring political donations has heightened corporates’ focus on this issue in recent months...

Kate Creighton-Selvay, Kendra Fouracre.

Changes to the Foreign Influence Transparency Scheme

Australia - December 4 2018 On 28 November 2018 the Attorney-General introduced the Foreign Influence Transparency Scheme Legislation Amendment Bill 2018. This Bill will amend...

Caitlin Rodgers, Monique Carroll, Malcolm Brennan.

Challenges ahead: government procurement judicial review law passes Parliament

Australia - October 19 2018 The Government Procurement (Judicial Review) Bill 2017 passed the Senate on 18 October 2018. It creates significant new rights for suppliers to the...

Elliott Dunn.