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09/03/2009 - 06:47

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Tycoon pulls plug on $1.5bn solar project; China risk to iron ore royalties; Labor ready to deal on IR reforms; Lloyds bank gets second bailout; D-day for Jupiter as Gilbertson orbits

Today's Business Headlines

Tycoon pulls plug on $1.5bn solar project

Indian tycoon Pankaj Oswal has pulled plans for a $1.5 billion solar energy project in the Pilbara, citing a struggle to secure the necessary land. The West

China risk to iron ore royalties

China risk to $550m in iron ore royalties as steel mills demand price cuts of up to 50 per cent. The West

Labor ready to deal on IR reforms

The Rudd government is seeking support for its IR reforms from the cross benches in the Senate. AFR

Lloyds bank gets second bailout

The UK government has taken a majority stake in Lloyds Bank and guaranteed its toxic assets. The West

D-day for Jupiter as Gilbertson orbits

Former BHP Billiton chief is hoping to emerge with control of iron ore junior Jupiter Mines following a shareholders meeting today. The West

 

THE WEST AUSTRALIAN

Page 4: Premier expects daylight saving to be rejected at referendum. Ripper struggles to reel in Barnett's high ratings: Westpoll.

Page 5: China risk to $550m in iron ore royalties as steel mills demand price cuts.

Page 6: 40 suburbs evcited from Perth's million-dollar property club, as crisis reduces the highest price paid in many areas. Lloyds bank gets second bailout as UK govt takes control.

Page 10: Kevin Rudd and Malcolm Turnbull squabble over the size of their family fortunes. Greens seek pay curb on CEOs, paid leave for parents.

Page 11: Perth arts festival enjoys healthy jump in ticket sales.

Page 14: Heirisson Island scupture park proposal receives $4.5 million from City of Perth.

Page 17: Popular fresh food markets at Fremantle Canning Vale and Kalamunda plan upgrades.

Business: Indian tycoon Pankaj Oswal has pulled plans for a $1.5 billion solar energy project in the Pilbara, citing a struggle to secure the necessary land. Former BHP Billiton chief is hoping to emerge with control of iron ore junior Jupiter Mines following a shareholders meeting today.

 

THE FINANCIAL REVIEW

Page 1: The Rudd government is seeking support for its IR reforms from the cross benches in the Senate. Roadshow season begins as CEOs attempt to sell their wares.

Page 3: Some areas of the economy are creating jobs and attracting applicants despite the economic malaise.

Page 5: Jobless rate to grow as recession digs in.

Page 7: The hope of 50,000 jobs created by the $4 billion Australian Business Invvestment Partnership was calculated on the back of an envelope.









 

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