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    Interest rate rises to 4.5%

    The Reserve Bank of Australia has lifted the official cash rate by an expected 25 basis points to 4.5 per cent. ...
    Interest rate rises to 4.5%

    Barnett concerned about WA investment

    Premier Colin Barnett says companies are reviewing their investment decisions in the state in light of the federal government's proposed new super tax on miners. ...
    Barnett concerned about WA investment

    Rudd to set up new infrastructure fund

    The federal government is set to establish a new infrastructure fund with a starting base of $700 million to ready the country for future mining booms. ...
    Rudd to set up new infrastructure fund

    Credit enquiries in WA drop 13%

    Western Australian consumers have taken a cautious approach towards taking on new debt with demand for mortgage and personal credit falling during the first quarter of the year as compared to the same period last year, a new study has found. ...
    Credit enquiries in WA drop 13%

    Explorers seek $9m in govt funding

    The state government has received 90 applications seeking more than $9 million in co-funding as part of its $80 million Exploration Incentive Scheme (EIS) to encourage drilling and exploration in untapped areas. ...
    Explorers seek $9m in govt funding

    China beat locals to $US180m Gorgon deal

    Chevron has awarded a Chinese engineering company a $US180 million contract for the construction of modules for the Gorgon gas project that was originally earmarked for Australian steel fabricators. ...
    China beat locals to $US180m Gorgon deal

    Energy Generation Outlook formed by govt

    The state government has announced the development of an energy Generation Outlook to provide an outline of the type, size and timing of future power generation to help ensure Western Australia has adequate, cost-efficient electricity supply. ...
    Energy Generation Outlook formed by govt

    WA wheat approved for Saudi Arabia

    The state government has announced a significant win for the state's wheat farmers and exporters with Saudi Arabia's sole importer amending tender specifications to allow Australian wheat to be imported into the country. ...
    WA wheat approved for Saudi Arabia

    SMEs to be slugged an extra $355m: Wyatt

    The state opposition says proposed tax rises by the Barnett government would see local small businesses slugged an extra $355 million over the next three years. ...
    SMEs to be slugged an extra $355m: Wyatt

    Review recruitment process: Hays

    The recovering local economy has prompted recruitment firm Hays to urge employers to review their recruitment processes as Western Australia's list of skills in demand grows. ...
    Review recruitment process: Hays

    Political staff to resources roles

    A SERIES of moves by political staffers into roles linked to the resources sector reveals the growing need for corporate players to find their way around bureaucracy and political roadblocks. ...
    Political staff to resources roles

    Private business grows positive: survey

    The majority of Australia's private companies are optimistic about the future and are on track to meet revenue targets this year according to one of the world's "big four" accounting firms. ...
    Private business grows positive: survey

    WA's economic comeback moves up a gear

    Western Australia's economic comeback is taking place faster than first predicted with growth expected to rise steadily over the next few years, reaching 6.25 per cent in 2012-13, according to the Chamber of Commerce and Industry WA. ...
    WA's economic comeback moves up a gear

    China's economy grows 11.9%

    Australia is expected to benefit from China's continuing economic growth, which grew at its fastest rate in almost three years during the March quarter. ...
    China's economy grows 11.9%

    State slugs resources $35m for safety

    WA Mines Minister Norman Moore says the government aims to raise around $35 million a year for the state's new safety system, predominately from levies charged for each worker in the resources sector. ...
    State slugs resources $35m for safety

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