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World’s dirtiest cars will end up in Australia without emissions targets: St Baker

“Vehicle manufacturers have not applied changes in vehicle specifications in a way that would have consistently improved fuel efficiency and reduced CO2 emissions,” the discussion paper states. “This is likely caused – to some extent – by a lack of nationally coordinated policy measures and incentives in Australia, such as …

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Businessmen duo hit with long bans over binary options scheme

It sold high-risk financial instruments called binary options, which allow people to place bets on the movement in a particular asset — shares, commodities, foreign exchange rates — over a particular period of time, often as little as a few minutes. TitanTrade used a network of sales people and high …

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Data deluge: Google’s Fitbit acquisition could be anti-competitive, says ACCC

“Past acquisitions by Google, of both start-ups and mature companies like Fitbit, have further entrenched Google’s position.” The watchdog is also concerned that a Google-owned health-focused wearable may cause the company to cease making its best features available to other devices using its WearOS software, and make it impossible for …

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