ASIO's economic espionage

Glyn, Justin
December 2013
Eureka Street;12/21/2013, Vol. 23 Issue 24, p64
The article discusses the issues of economic espionage in the Australian Security Intelligence Organisation (ASIO) on its national and commercial interests in Australia. It mentions the governing statute engaging the economic espionage between the government and commercial interest on people. It notes the signing of the oil reserves exploit agreement by Australian foreign minister. It also emphasizes the issues of commercialisation towards political leadership.


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