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Engaging Cities: Sydney’s place in Asia Pacific
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Engaging Cities: Sydney’s place in Asia Pacific

// 12 December 2014

A new and far reaching study conducted by Weber Shandwick has uncovered the increasing significance of “soft power” as a key contributor to the reputation of cities across Asia Pacific. Engaging Cities: the Growing Relevance of Soft Power to City Reputations in Asi...

The Financial System Inquiry: breaking the Internet, any day now
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The Financial System Inquiry: breaking the Internet, any day now

// 9 December 2014

Government reviews are strange beasts. They can be all-consuming to those involved, while the rest of the population carries on, oblivious to all but a few headlines. The Financial Systems Inquiry (FSI) is no different. Finance industry players have been speculating ...

Rounding out a successful year at the 2014 Golden Target Awards
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Rounding out a successful year at the 2014 Golden Target Awards

// 25 November 2014

The Public Relations Institute of Australia’s Golden Target Awards set the standard for PR excellence in this industry. This year’s national awards were held in Brisbane last night, where Weber Shandwick Australia was lucky enough to be recognised in two categories,...

More wins for reputation management with Danone Nutricia
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More wins for reputation management with Danone Nutricia

// 25 November 2014

Weber Shandwick’s work with Danone Nutricia continues to receive industry recognition, with a number of global and national awards this year. Last month, we were thrilled to be named among the World’s 50 Best PR Programs at the Global SABRE Awards. This followed two...

Free trade agreement doesn’t mean smooth ride for Chinese investment
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Free trade agreement doesn’t mean smooth ride for Chinese investment

// 19 November 2014

Chinese investors expecting the free trade agreement (FTA) between their country and Australia to provide them with open access to the Australian market need to think again. The lifting of caps that limit Chinese investment levels, especially into sensitive areas like a...

G20 Leaders’ Summit Overview
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G20 Leaders’ Summit Overview

// 17 November 2014

Highlights   2.1% economic growth over 5 years Global infrastructure hub based in Sydney  Reducing workforce gender participation gap An anti corruption plan Urgent international response to Ebola Australia won’t be committing to a global fu...

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