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    Queensland focus for VDM

    Queensland focus for VDM

    04 Jul 2006 by James Moses

    National civil and structural engineering player VDM Group Ltd has just completed a $12 million capital raising to fund an aggressive acquisition strategy and support current contracts worth nearly $70 million. ...

    Mermaid figures lure investors

    Mermaid figures lure investors

    04 Jul 2006 by James Moses

    Mermaid Marine has enjoyed a strong recovery in its share price during the past fortnight after forecasting an increase in full-year pre-tax profit to $12 million. ...

    Biofuels tax criticism

    Biofuels tax criticism

    27 Jun 2006 by James Moses

    The federal government’s u-turn on tax incentives for the burgeoning biofuels sector threatens to derail the viability of an industry potentially worth up to $2 billion in the next five years. ...

    Langoulant wants sporting agreement

    Langoulant wants sporting agreement

    27 Jun 2006 by James Moses

    John Langoulant has moved to take some of the heat out of the debate over the state’s future stadium needs. ...

    Local market pushes ahead

    Local market pushes ahead

    27 Jun 2006 by James Moses

    Despite recent fluctuations in the market nationally, the resources-led Western Australian economy continues to demonstrate its resilience. ...

    Market volatility gives some pause for thought

    Market volatility gives some pause for thought

    27 Jun 2006 by James Moses

    Having ridden the crest of a seemingly endless wave of positive sentiment and upward movement, the Australian Stock Exchange recently showed its first major signs of vulnerability in more than three years. ...

    Exporters confident despite hurdles

    Exporters confident despite hurdles

    27 Jun 2006 by James Moses

    Western Australian exporters expect a tough three months ahead as business adjusts to the impact of higher oil prices and exchange rate fluctuations, but the longer-term outlook remains strong. ...

    Buoyant times for Mermaid & Amcom

    Buoyant times for Mermaid & Amcom

    21 Jun 2006 by James Moses

    Western Australian companies, Mermaid Marine and Amcom, have provided evidence of the buoyant status of the state's economy with both forecasting significant earnings growth in the second half of 2006. ...

    A Western Pacific solution

    A Western Pacific solution

    20 Jun 2006 by James Moses

    Geoff Pritchard’s Western Pacific is aiming to extend its national presence. ...

    Playing hardball for the corporate dollar

    Playing hardball for the corporate dollar

    20 Jun 2006 by James Moses

    With the state’s two AFL teams continuing to attract blanket media coverage, and the rise and rise of football’s global codes, soccer and rugby, competition for Perth’s sponsorship dollar has never been stronger. ...

    Cockburn on the front foot

    Cockburn on the front foot

    20 Jun 2006 by James Moses

    The City of Cockburn has continued its attack on the interim report by the state government’s Major Stadia Taskforce, flagging the possibility of legal action as part of its next move. ...

    Bilateral deal to boost Russian trade

    Bilateral deal to boost Russian trade

    20 Jun 2006 by James Moses

    Australian companies can expect greater access to the fast-growing Russian market following the recent signing of a bilateral access agreement between the two countries. ...

    WA exporters dished up

    WA exporters dished up

    20 Jun 2006 by James Moses

    The Western Australian branch of the Australian Institute of Export will host the ‘Putting WA on the World’s Table’ seminar later this month, focusing on how the state’s food industry is achieving success in export markets. ...

    O’Connor takes aim at small caps

    O’Connor takes aim at small caps

    13 Jun 2006 by James Moses

    Former Churchill Capital managing director Patrick O’Connor has emerged with a plan to launch a public investment company aiming at the volatile smaller companies sector. ...

    Perth sky no limit for Finbar developments

    Perth sky no limit for Finbar developments

    13 Jun 2006 by James Moses

    Leading Perth residential apartment developer Finbar International Ltd has just completed the $21 million purchase of two new inner metropolitan sites, as its high density apartment model continues to benefit from the state’s property boom. ...

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