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Business Description: Centuria Capital Limited (CNI, formerly Over Fifty Group Limited) is an Australian diversified funds management company. CNI markets and manages friendly society investment bonds, property investment funds, general insurance through agency arrangement, mortgage lending and management and property investment. CNI comprises two divisions: Property Funds, which specialises in unlisted property investments; and Financial Services, which offers a range of investment opportunities.
The Age 18/05/2013 |
As Australia's major retailers increase their online sales channels, pouring millions into their websites, they could face new competition from China's booming e-commerce industry.
The Age 18/05/2013 |
Most of those who take a political approach to the budget assume that if it's in deficit, the way you get it back to surplus is to cut government spending or, if you're a really bad person, increase taxes. They forget it's the budget itself that's supposed to do the heavy lifting.
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