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     TOOTHLESS TIGER TO ROARING DRAGON:

    TRENDS IN CHINESE INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY BRAND PROTECTION AND ENFORCEMENT

    Effective acquisition, maintenance and enforcement of Australian intellectual property rights in China are of critical importance to Australian businesses as trade between the two nations continues to grow, writes Shannon Platt.

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    HIGHER EDUCATION

    Australia is consistently one of the five most popular destinations in the world for tertiary international students. It’s no fluke.

    How universities in Australia work
    There are 39 universities in Australia, including three private universities.

    Perhaps one of the most important functions of the Australian higher education system is to foster and promote the free flow of ideas, encourage tolerance and to allow people to speak freely and debate about what they are thinking and finding.

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    CLEAN ENERGY...CLEANING UP?

    China has increased its renewable energy use to meet its international commitments to tackle climate change, according to a report by the Australian government’s climate commission. 

    ‘Critical Decade: Global Action Building on Climate Change’ showed the world’s two largest economies, China and the United States, are on the path to meet their international commitments on climate change.

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    NEW SOUTH WALES: THE NATION'S BUSINESS CAPITAL

    An insight into New South Wales lifestyle and investment.

    Multicultural and diverse culture  

    Australia’s quality of life is consistently rated at or near the top in Asia and globally, according the IMD World Competitiveness Yearbook. As the most multicultural city in the Asia Pacific, Sydney’s cultural diversity has produced a society that is creative, open and friendly.

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