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SUBJECT AREA Public Relations
DOCUMENT TYPE Research Paper
CREATED ON 28th January 2018
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A Business Submission on Chinese Foreign Investment and Ownership on Behalf of Business Council of Australia

required to select one topic only to write a report in the course outline(so must check the course outline for more details) and 1500 words with 12 APA references (only in academic journals and authority news only, must have author, year, title of article and title of the publisher,page etc) if have any questions pls check the topic slides and read journals detail analyse the business and the gov relationshipls based on actual cases or news
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