How climate policy wars are frustrating corporate Australia

People hold placards and banners as they participate in a march ahead of the Paris World Climate Change Conference, along the main street of Adelaide, South Australia, November 29, 2015. REUTERS/David Gray

SYDNEY (Reuters) – Australia’s revolving door of political leadership has hit confidence in sectors particularly prone to policy uncertainty, such as energy, which could hurt business investment and push back the timeframe for a central bank interest rate hike. The resource-rich economy has seen five changes of prime minister over the past decade with Malcolm […]

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