James Packer’s chief lieutenant in his push to enter Japan, Todd Nisbet, has met with Osaka governor Ichiro Matsui, who said the prefecture was committed to developing Asia’s top integrated casino resort.
Singaporean Frasers Centrepoint has declared it will not raise or change conditions for its $2.6 billion offer for Australand, leaving investors a week to accept or see the deal disappear.
With the Woodside shareholder vote on Friday to buy back a large slice of Shell Oil’s stake in the company in the balance, it has emerged the West Australian oil and gas group has lodged plans for a multibillion gas export plant in Canada, which would be able to export more gas than the giant North West Shelf project.
Americans are going wild about sangria, but rather than drinking their own they are increasingly reaching for an Australian brand from the Riverina district.
Argentina on Thursday denied reports it is in default on a $US539 million ($578 million) interest payment to bondholders who took heavy discounts after the country’s record $US95 billion default in 2001.
March Studio has established a reputation for creating one-off, highly crafted commercial interiors. Its latest offering, the Press Club in Flinders Street, is no exception.
Three Carlton properties, for years owned by controversial union the Builders Laborers Federation, which the state government shut down 28 years ago, have quietly sold to the Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology.
The big institutions all knew that there was a trade-off involved in Woodside’s plan to assist Shell’s exit from its register with a $2.7 billion selective share buyback.