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Boeing looks to Australia for innovation breakthroughs 10 Oct 2012
Australia is the place where the world’s largest aerospace company, Boeing, has made its largest investment outside the United States.
'The German way' finds a happy home in Australia 11 Apr 2012
Why Fuchs Lubricants, one of the world’s leading niche manufacturers, is upgrading its infrastructure in Australia.
Carl Zeiss Vision shares Australian research vision 3 Nov 2011
The German optical lens manufacturer is using Australian innovation to both improve the vision of myopia sufferers, and to slow the progression of the condition.
SGS is invested in Australia’s success 31 Oct 2011
For Swiss-based organisation, SGS, Australia’s diverse and thriving economy means decades of opportunity and unlimited space to grow.
IBM chooses Australia for research and development laboratory 25 Oct 2011
IBM’s Research and Development – Australia lab will be the company’s first laboratory combining research and development in a single organisation.
Australian investment pays for Credit Suisse  18 Jul 2011
Why the Swiss banking giant brought its wealth management expertise to Australia.
EADS looking to take Australian innovation onboard future flights 13 Jul 2011
One of the world’s leading aircraft manufacturers explains Australia’s potential role in its next generation of passenger planes.
Australian food safety record attracts Korean food giant 11 Jul 2011
The Australian food industry has long been recognised as one of the world’s best for food safety and food quality. That same reputation is attracting the world’s leading food production companies to invest in the Australian market.
Australian software lab drives innovation at Citrix 8 Jul 2011
US software technology company Citrix Systems entered the Australian market in 1997 by buying one of its existing Australian distributors, Datapac Australasia. To Citrix’s delight, it got more than it bargained for.
Australia: a key hub in State Street’s global network 7 Jul 2011
Since arriving in Sydney in the mid-1980s, the global financial services firm State Street has watched the Australian financial services sector evolve to become one of the most dynamic and fastest growing markets in the world and its Sydney operation ...
Dutch banking giant sees Australia as central to its future 29 Jun 2011
Rabobank Australia & New Zealand CEO, Mr Thos Gieskes talks about the bank's growth in Australia, as it positions itself to capitalise on Australia’s comparative advantages in quality food production.
GE chooses Australia to invest in strategic R&D alliance 31 May 2011
GE, one of the world’s most well-recognised companies, has partnered with Australia’s Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organisation (CSIRO) to form a strategic research and development (R&D) alliance.
Learning made e-asy 23 Sep 2010
Why German learning software company, IMC AG chose Australia as its base to expand throughout Asia Pacific.
Indian multinational soars into Australian aerospace 2 Sep 2010
When Indian multinational Mahindra Group decided to expand its business range into the aerospace sector it looked globally for investment prospects. However, the US$7.1 billion company found its perfect match in two established Australian Aerospace c ...
Vanguard in Australia – thirteen years on 23 Mar 2009
In 1996, the Vanguard Group chose Melbourne as the place to open its first office outside the United States. Thirteen years on, and Vanguard Investments Australia, wholly-owned by The Vanguard Group, has become Australia's leading index funds manager ...

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