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A_Sinodinos

Australia’s Ambassador to the United States

FifieldMitch

Former Australian Senator and Cabinet Minister serving In New York as Australia’s Ambassador to the United Nations. For official account visit @AustraliaUN

RT @JoshFrydenberg: Foreign investment has been critical to Australia’s economic success. Yesterday the Govt announced the most significant foreign investment reforms in nearly 50 years to respond to emerging risks & safeguard our national interest . My OpEd in @australian👇https://t.co/CE6OIjOMTd

Foreign investment has been critical to Australia’s economic success. Yesterday the Govt announced the most significant foreign investment reforms in nearly 50 years to respond to emerging risks & safeguard our national interest . My OpEd in @australian👇https://t.co/CE6OIjOMTd

Tune into @BenFordhamLive now to hear my chat about Australia’s path to recovery and our new HomeBuilder plan

I’ll be speaking with @SkyNewsRicho & @chrissmithonair on @SkyNewsAust soon about Australia’s post-#COVID19 economic path to recovery & the importance of getting Australians safely back to work. Tune in. https://t.co/D3OT3YSp4V

RT @7NewsBrisbane: The prime minister is adamant Australia’s unemployment allowance will be cut in half once the coronavirus crisis is over. #7NEWS 7news.com.au/business/finan…

RT @AustralianLabor: RT @AustralianLabor: From everyone at Labor, we wish Australia’s Muslim community a peaceful and blessed Ramadan. https://t.co/nieBHoj22F

RT @MichaelRoddan: Australia’s big four banks given a reprieve from $20bn worth of tough new capital rules by Reserve Bank of New Zealand, which is hoping to free up to $NZ50 billion worth of extra loans to offset the impact of the coronavirus theaustralian.com.au/business/finan…

RT @SkyNewsAust: Australia’s remaining workers who are stopping the country’s economy from collapsing will be given free childcare to allow them to stay in critical roles. skynewsaust.page.link/6Ukj

Vitally, Australia’s high commissions and embassies across the Pacific remain open. We are assisting Pacific Island governments with laboratories, medical equipment, health expertise, public information campaigns & support for national preparedness plans and @WHO regional plan.

Vitally, Australia’s high commissions and embassies across the Pacific remain open. We are assisting Pacific Island governments with laboratories, medical equipment, health expertise, public information campaigns & support for national preparedness plans and @WHO regional plan.