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Clancy Yeates reports on banking and finance and is a former Canberra business correspondent.
Clancy Yeates REVIVING the manufacturing sector will require immigration rules that allow more highly-skilled workers to stay in the country, says the chief executive of the global giant Dow Chemical, Andrew...
Clancy Yeates Reviving manufacturing sector will require new immigration rules, says Andrew Liveris.
Clancy Yeates THE long-suffering retail industry has showed tentative signs of an improvement after shoppers raised their spending on household goods, groceries and meals out.
Clancy Yeates INSURANCE companies face an overhaul in how they handle flood risk, after an independent review considered sweeping changes designed to lift insurance cover against natural disasters.
Clancy Yeates Insurance companies are set to face an overhaul in how they handle flood risk, following independent review.
Clancy Yeates THE double whammy of falling sharemarkets and weakness in the property market continues to take a toll on household assets, despite consumers' efforts to cut their debt.
Clancy Yeates BHP BILLITON has predicted Australia's resources industry will need an extra 170,000 workers in the next five years, underlining the job bonanza set to hit mining states.
Clancy Yeates BHP Billiton predicts Australia's resources industry will need an extra 170,000 workers in the next five years.
Clancy Yeates EUROPE'S attempt to contain the region's debt crisis is approaching a critical test, with politicians set to decide the fate of key measures designed to avert a full-blown credit crunch in the coming...
Clancy Yeates EUROPE'S debt crisis has sparked cuts to forecasts for Australia's top commodity exports as fears grow that Asian economies could be held back by the market turmoil.
Clancy Yeates EUROPE'S debt crisis has sparked cuts to forecasts for Australian commodity exports, due to growing fears that Asian economies could be held back by the market turmoil.
Clancy Yeates The bleak mood engulfing households was unlikely to lift any time soon, the Reserve Bank said, as consumers sought to rein in historically high debt levels.
Clancy Yeates and Phillip Coorey THE Prime Minister yesterday joined world leaders to urge immediate action to solve the European debt crisis as the financial contagion threatens to tip the globe into a double-dip recession.
Clancy Yeates Company boss denies government ownership is restraining it from reaching full potential.
Clancy Yeates MEDIBANK Private's managing director, George Savvides, has denied that government ownership is restraining the business from reaching its potential, after a raft of acquisitions by the dominant...
Clancy Yeates THE sale of brewing giant Foster's to overseas investors has reignited the debate over foreign ownership of Australian industry, and whether current policies are too relaxed.
Ben Butler, Clancy Yeates Number of different beers Foster's pumps out may be slashed and its Abbotsford brewing operations will be closely scrutinised in a comprehensive overhaul of the company planned by SABMiller.
Clancy Yeates ESCALATING fears of a double-dip recession in much of the developed world have dragged the sharemarket to a fresh two-year low and caused the dollar to tumble below parity with the greenback.
Clancy Yeates, Chris Zappone Recession fears drag sharemarket to two-year low, cause dollar to slip below parity.
Clancy Yeates Superannuation funds owned by the big banks are notching up a win, after the government struck a last-minute agreement with the industry over the design of its low-cost super plan.