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Boards here and Down Under: Spot the differences

The 2 countries share more commonalities than differences, and synergies will provide significant strides in best corporate governance practices.

Australian boards face the "two strikes" rule where an entire company board can face re-election if at least 25 per cent of shareholders disagree with how much executives are being paid.

NEXT year marks 50 years of formal relations between Singapore and Australia. The deepening ties promise increased corporate opportunities.

The two corporate landscapes share many similarities. For starters, a government and legal system based on the English, a broadly ethical and...

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