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  • Department of the Treasury
    This site contains publications, press releases, speeches, economic data, as well as other information specific to the Australian portfolio of Treasury.
         

  • Employment Advocate
    Australian Government site providing assistance and advice to employees and employers (in particular employers in small business) on the Workplace Relations Act, especially Australian workplace agreements (AWAs) and freedom of association.
         

  • FinanceNet
    FinanceNet is the US government's official home for all world government sales, auctions, surplus, for government newsgroups, and for improving financial management in governments worldwide
         

  • IP Australia
    Information and resources about Australian and international Intellectual Property matters.
         

  • Inland Revenue Department
    New Zealand's taxation department.
         

  • Invest Australia
    Promotes Australia as an investment location, facilitates major projects and provides a range of services.
         

  • UK Inland Revenue

         

  • US Internal Revenue Service

         

  • US Patent and Trademark Office
    An agency of the US Department of Commerce.
         

  • US Securities and Exchange Commission
    The SEC is an independent, nonpartisan, quasijudicial regulatory agency with responsibility for administering the federal securities laws. The purpose of these laws is to protect investors in securities markets that operate fairly and to ensure that investors have access to disclosure of all material information concerning publicly traded securities. The Commission also regulates firms engaged in the purchase or sale of securities, people who provide investment advice, and investment companies.
         

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