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Raymond Da Silva Rosa

Raymond Da Silva Rosa is Winthrop professor, accounting and finance and associate dean international at UWA Business School at the University of Western Australia.

ASX rules cut growth off at the base

The ASX has upset the WA corporate advisory market by proposing tighter listing requirements that will allegedly boost investor confidence by providing ‘enhanced guidance about the standards expected of an ASX-listed company’. 

Greeks 'framed' in austerity push

Australians’ view on debt repayment seems to be that tough fiscal measures are best … for other people.

Out of West Perth, mine skills for Africa

Promoting clusters where Australian businesses have established a clear advantage is preferable to a central policy push.

Resources a regional specialty in the west

It’s misguided to think digging minerals out of the ground doesn’t entail much enterprise or commercial sophistication.

WA economy in good shape, despite market moves

IN 1929, the Australian share market peaked and subsequently fell 41 per cent, heralding the Great Depression.

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Greeks 'framed' in austerity push

Australians’ view on debt repayment seems to be that tough fiscal measures are best … for other people.

ASX rules cut growth off at the base

The ASX has upset the WA corporate advisory market by proposing tighter listing requirements that will allegedly boost investor confidence by providing ‘enhanced guidance about the standards expected of an ASX-listed company’.