The Australian Government has introduced wide ranging reforms to Australia’s foreign investment framework which took effect on 1 December 2015. In this update, we look at 7 ways the new framework affects Japanese investors1
1In this update, “Japanese investor” refers to a Japanese business that is not a “foreign government investor” – a non-Australian government or an entity in which a non-Australian government olds an interest above certain thresholds. Foreign government investors have additional notification obligations under the framework.
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