Business - The Age - 2015-03-11 16:45:23.

AMEC Foster Wheeler eyes Australian acquisitions to become "big time player"

Global engineering group AMEC Foster Wheeler will consider acquisitions in Australia so it can provide maintenance services for oil and gas projects after they are completed, chief executive Samir Brikho has revealed.


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Business - The Age - 2015-03-11 16:45:23.

Melbourne Express: Thursday, March 12, 2015

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Business - The Age.

Grocery code won't save suppliers, says former Kelloggs boss

Former Kellogg chief executive Jean-Yves Heude has warned suppliers not to rely on the grocery industry code of conduct to protect them from tough retailer tactics as the battle for market share between Woolworths, Coles and Aldi intensifies.


Business - The Australian.

Looming executions, $A hurt Bali bookings

THE impending executions of Myuran Sukumaran and Andrew Chan, coupled with the sluggish dollar, are hurting Bali holiday bookings.


Business - The Australian.

Despite slump it’s all go at Roy Hill

THE head of Gina Rinehart’s $10bn Roy Hill iron ore project says the development continues to enjoy the support of its lenders and financiers.

Business - The Australian.

Stevedores urge ACCC action on ports

STEVEDORING companies Asciano and DP World will meet the AC­CC this week to demand an intervention into the country’s ports.



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