Content Types: NewsletterRegions & Countries: AustraliaIndustries: Minerals & ResourcesServices: Legal
In this August edition our newsletter discusses what the mining industry needs to do following the Australian Government's release of details for its carbon price (which will commence on 1 July 2012). We also take a look at the Hawke Report and its recommendations to improve access to the Woomera Protection Area in South Australia for mining operations, and the implementation of a Strategic Regional Land Use Policy which will manage land use...
Content Types: ArticleRegions & Countries: JapanIndustries: Clean EnergyEnvironmentServices: Public Relations
Which industries/markets are booming at the moment in Japan? Following the Great East Japan Earthquake and the triple disaster on March 11th, Japan was faced with several huge challenges, which included solving the nuclear power plant issue, a shortage of power following the shut-down of every nuclear power plant in Japan (for mandatory inspection), and businesses taking a moment to pause and regroup for the future marketing strategies.
Content Types: NewsletterRegions & Countries: AustraliaIndustries: Minerals & ResourcesAgribusinessServices: Legal
Our May edition includes a look at the introduction of new government veto rights affecting Australian and foreign bidders targeting NSW mining companies, and changes proposed to regulation of foreign acquisition of agricultural land. We also discuss two recent developments in China: a new national security review committee established to review inbound M&A deals into China, and the new regulations on limiting the use of representative offices...
Content Types: EventRegions & Countries: ChileChinaIndustries: Minerals & ResourcesOil & Gas...Services: LegalInvestment Promotion
In association with the Chilean Foreign Investment Committee and the Chilean Embassy in China, TransAsia Lawyers hosted a workshop entitled “Invest in Chile – Beijing 2011” aimed at providing Chinese investors practical insights when investing in Chile.
Content Types: NewsletterRegions & Countries: AustraliaIndustries: Minerals & ResourcesOil & GasServices: Legal
Welcome to our first newsletter for 2011. In this edition we discuss increasing confidence in the M&A market, two recent decisions by Indonesia’s competition watchdog affecting the Indonesian petroleum industry on collusive tendering practices, and the question of how to allocate limited coal supplies following the recent Queensland floods. We also take a look at Freehills being recently named ‘Law Firm of the Year’.
Content Types: NewsletterRegions & Countries: AsiaIndustries: Media & Entertainment
From humble beginnings, Asian pay TV gets set to roar into the digital era. Time flies. On May 28, CASBAA will be exactly 20 years old. What a remarkable ride it’s been for Asia's multichannel television industry. We‘ve gone from limited local television to much improved local TV and real-time global television; from a small core of pay-TV viewers to half a billion homes, driving an industry posting annual revenues in excess of US$30 billion.
Content Types: ArticleRegions & Countries: EuropeIndustries: Media & Entertainment
The blurring of historical boundaries between media types and content is straining, and in some places has broken the old regulatory model. This section of the ACT Annual Report looks at these regulatory challenges.
Content Types: ArticleRegions & Countries: AsiaIndustries: Media & Entertainment
The CASBAA CEO Sentiment Survey 2011 addresses the structural changes that have occurred due to the recession by surveying over 100 CEOs to ascertain their perceptions regarding the current state of broadcast and telecoms.
Content Types: ArticleRegions & Countries: ThailandIndustries: Media & Entertainment
This summary of Thailand's Pay TV Sector covers its growth and revenue, and impediments remaining, as well as the introduction of two new platforms.
Content Types: GuideRegions & Countries: GlobalIndustries: Oil & GasServices: Tax
Our annual global oil and gas tax guide summarizes the oil and gas corporate tax regimes in 61 countries. Download the 2011 Global Oil & Tax Guide.