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For Immediate Release — 11 July 2016 Dental product manufacturers and suppliers across the nation are looking to the re-elected Turnbull Government to continue progress in cutting the red-tape faced by business.

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For Immediate Release14 June 2016                                               More than one thousand dental professionals will this week converge on the Melbourne Convention Centre to look at the latest dental products on display at the 2016 ADIA Vic
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For Immediate Release6 June 2016                                               With less than two weeks until the 2016 ADIA Victorian Dental Show excitement is building for the state’s largest regularly scheduled dental trade show.
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For Immediate Release1 June 2016                                               The global body representing manufacturers and suppliers of dental products, the association of International Dental Manufacturers (IDM) has elected Mr Phil Jolly of Australi
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11 May 2016— For Immediate Release Greater regulatory accountability for dental laboratory products is the outcome of revised mandatory reporting standards for manufacturers and importers introduced by the Therapeutic Goods Administration (TGA).
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For Immediate Release ― 5 May 2016                                               Changes to company tax rates for small and medium-sized enterprises set out in this week’s budget deserve bipartisan support according to the Australian Dental Industr
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3 May 2016— For Immediate Release The Australian Dental Industry Association (ADIA), the peak business organisation representing manufacturers and suppliers of dental products, is pleased to announce that the 2015 ADIA Research Award has gone to Dr Cédryc
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4 May 2016— For Immediate Release In a pre-election budget that needed to provide an incentive to allow small businesses to create jobs, yet retain an eye on long-term deficit reduction, small businesses were the winner.
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— For Immediate ReleaseA Deloitte Access Economics report has determined that an attempt at reducing the red-tape burden on businesses in the dental industry has failed and resulted in an average increase in regulatory compliance costs by 34%.
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—    21 March 2016 For Immediate Release The ADX16 Sydney dental exhibition reaffirmed its status as Australia’s premier dental event with opening and closing day visitor numbers exceeding those set when it was last held two years ago.  Convened biennial
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