BREAKFAST DEALS: Turnbull and a China shop

Malcom Turnbull leads the discussion on Chinese investment, while ACP's sale looks clear.

It’s a bumper edition this morning. Malcolm Turnull’s name is all over the latest discussion about Chinese investment in Australia, whether agricultural or telecommunication assets. ACP Magazines is away, but the future of Nine Entertainment is still up in the air. Meanwhile, Nathan Tinkler has another court battle on his hands, Gunns Limited is gone, Leighton Holdings has announced up to $2.5 billion in potential deals, while Newcrest and Suncorp are raising capital.

Huawei, Van Diemen’s Land Company, Malcolm Turnbull, John Brumby

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