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         Australian Industry:     more books (100)
  1. The Imaginary industry: Australian film in the late '80s by Susan & Jacka, Elizabeth (edited by) Dermody, 1988
  2. Aboriginals and the Mining Industry: Case Studies of Australian Experience by David Cousins, John Nieuwenhuysen, 1984-07
  3. Rock Dogs: Politics and the Australian Music Industry by Marcus Breen, 2006-07-26
  4. The Economic Dynamics of Australian Industry
  5. Wine (Australian industries series ; no. 14) by Lloyd Evans, 1973
  6. Bees and honey (Australian industries series ; no. 16) by Joy Yvonne Lau, 1976
  7. The economics of Australian industry: Studies in environment and structure by Alex Hunter, 1965
  8. So You Want to Be in Show Business! (History of the Australian Entertainment Industry) by Val Jellay, 2009-06-10
  9. Australian Manufacturing and the State: The Politics of Industry in the Post-War Era by Stephen Bell, 1993-10-29
  10. Jobs or Dogma: The Industries Assistance Commission and Australian Politics (Policy, politics, and administration series) by John Warhurst, 1983-03
  11. Australian Cinema: Industry, Narrative and Meaning (Studies in society) by John Tulloch, 1982-12
  12. Australian Industry And The Rest Pause by No Author Credited, 1939
  13. A Shared Harvest: Australian Wheat Industry, 1939-89 by Greg Whitwell, Diana Sydenham, 1991-12-15
  14. A history of the Australian wine industry, 1949-1994 by James Halliday, 1994

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2. Australian Industry Greenhouse Network - Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia
The Australian Industry Greenhouse Network (AIGN) is an organisation that lobbies Australian State and Federal Governments about climate change issues on behalf of some sectors of
Australian Industry Greenhouse Network
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Jump to: navigation search This article may require cleanup to meet Wikipedia's quality standards Please improve this article if you can. The talk page may contain suggestions. (April 2008) The Australian Industry Greenhouse Network (AIGN) is an organisation that lobbies Australian State and Federal Governments about climate change issues on behalf of some sectors of Australian Industry. According to a Four Corners report with the same name, and author and whistleblower Dr Guy Pearse , a group of core members of the AIGN describe themselves as the Greenhouse Mafia and have been highly successful at lobbying the Australian Government. On the same Four Corners report Robyn Bain, former Chairman of the AIGN, denied that she had ever heard the term "Greenhouse Mafia".
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In a speech on emissions trading in 2006, John Daley, the chief executive of the AIGN, stated on the subject of a carbon price signal: And I put it that way deliberately, because I think it helps to highlight a key question, and that is “when” would it be sensible to impose those costs? To my mind, now is not the time.

3. Australian Industry Group Backs NBN - Tony Abbott, Scott Ludlam, National Broadb
A report by a leading industry group has backed the National Broadband Network (NBN) but has also raised concerns about the lack of a costbenefit analysis of the $43 billion

4. Australian Industry Group - Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia
The Australian Industry Group (Ai Group) is an employers' organisation, which represents 10,000 east coast Australian employers of various sizes, covering a wide range of
Australian Industry Group
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Jump to: navigation search This article needs references that appear in reliable third-party publications Primary sources or sources affiliated with the subject are generally not sufficient for a Wikipedia article. Please add more appropriate citations from reliable sources (April 2007) The Australian Industry Group (Ai Group) is an employers' organisation The AIG traces its foundations back to 1873, with the creation of the Metal Trades Industry Association (MTIA). In 1998, MTIA merged with the Australian Chamber of Manufactures (ACM), forming the Ai Group.
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Australian Industry Group Ai Group is a not-for-profit association that was created to assist Australian industry to become more competitive on a domestic and international level

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12. German-Australian Chamber Of Industry And Commerce | AHK - Sydney, Melbourne
Promotes bilateral trade between Germany and Australia, assists members and the public in finding trade partners.
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      The German-Australian Chamber of Industry and Commerce (AHK) is the official representation of the German economy in Australia. The AHK promotes bilateral trade, advises German and Australian companies on market developments and supports the expansion of their business networks. As a not-for-profit organisation, the AHK has 360 member companies from all industries. The AHK also organises events and provides a broad portfolio of market entry services.
      By becoming a member, your company will many exclusive benefits ranging from invitations to events, regular publications and promotional opportunities.
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13. Innovation Internet
The Department of Innovation, Industry, Science and Research strives as a key priority to encourage the sustainable growth of Australian industries by developing a national

14. Australian Industry Group Training Services Pty. Ltd.: Private Company Informati
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15. Security Associations Security Officers Association Australia NASPA
Australian industry association.
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To promote and safeguard high standards of services in the security industry To educate and inform the community about security issues To produce quality training programs for security officers and providers To promote the services of member security providers and security officers To suggest appropriate legislation for the Australian security industry To support members in their dealings with authorities To promote co-operation between police and security industry clients To promote and sustain constructive dialogue among security industry providers To establish a constructive dialogue between members and employers To help mediate during disputes between consumers and members To represent the interests of the security industry impartially and ethically
Important Message The NSW Security Industry Registry has written a letter to all security providers and has provided a list of "approved organizations". There are several organizations listed. NASPA is not an approved organisation and will not be seeking approval status.

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18. AIIA - Australian Information Industry Association
The Australian Information Industry Association is the national organisation representing the information technology and telecommunications industry of Australia.
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Remember me Forgotten Password Home READ MORE Latest News ... Priorities AIIA CEO to sit on IT Industry Innovation Council AIIA Monday, 8 November 2010 Senator The Hon Kim Carr, Minister for Innovation, Industry, Science and Research last week extended an invitation to AIIA CEO Ian Birks to become a member of the Australian Government’s Information Technology Industry Innovation Council (ITIIC). READ ARTICLE AIIA News and Events Bulletin, 1 November 2010 AIIA Monday, 1 November 2010 The latest news and events from the local and international technology industries. READ ARTICLE AIIA announce new Chair and Board members for 2010 AIIA Monday, 1 November 2010 AIIA is pleased to present a strong National Board in 2010/2011, featuring high profile industry figures and representing a broad range of industry sectors. READ ARTICLE Media Release: Australian success at APICTA 2010 AIIA Wednesday, 20 October 2010 Three Australian technology innovators took out top honours this week at the 2010 Asia Pacific ICT Alliance (APICTA) Awards announced at a Gala Dinner in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. With two more companies picking up Merit Awards, 2010 was Australia’s most successful year at this international competition to date. READ ARTICLE Progress of the IT Industry Innovation Council Suzanne Roache Tuesday, 19 October 2010

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