Australian Financial Review

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China Taiwan: China rattles its sabre in strait military exercises

Chinese fighter jets have carried live missiles and warships encircled Taiwan in a show of force to “punish” the self-ruled democracy’s new president.

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Energy transition: Why NSW had to pay to keep Eraring power station open and keep coal-fired power

The total disarray of energy transition plans is compounded by the failure of NSW and Victoria to allow any further development of gas fields.

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PsiQuantum: Why AUKUS may be the missing piece in the quantum computing puzzle

Getting Australia’s hands on its own quantum military tech sits at the heart of the PsiQuantum deal.

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Coles property boss warns supermarket building woes could force up grocery prices

Coles property boss Fiona Mackenzie says not being able to deliver new supermarkets as planned could force up the prices of grocery items.

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Corrs Chambers Westgarth: SafeWork NSW ‘making enquiries’ into bullying complaint at firm

SafeWork is “making inquiries” into a complaint at the law firm and has requested access to documents, but Corrs says the regulator has no plans to investigate further.

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MYR ASX: Myer’s corporate governance fail

Myer’s decision to appoint Olivia Wirth as executive chair and CEO has stunned corporate governance experts but has the full support of Solomon Lew.

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BHP Anglo takeover: BHP sticks to its guns as Anglo American sweet-talk intensifies

Shares of BHP fell on Thursday after the Anglo American board left the door ajar for a deal that would grant it some of South America’s most attractive copper assets.

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NVDA: Investors bet that Nvidia’s rally will outpace Magnificent Seven rivals

Another stunning result from the US chipmaker has prompted calls that Nvidia is on its way to becoming the largest company on the planet, leaving the other tech giants in its wake.

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China hints at retaliation in worsening trade clash with Europe

If the two sides start imposing tariffs on each other, it would increase risks for companies around the world already dealing with the US-China trade dispute.

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China-US clean energy trade war could get dirty

History suggests Beijing will reply in kind and lift tariffs on a range of American exports, which will raise the stakes once again in their long-running tit-for-tat tussle.