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Business challenged to raise $120 mln for tsunami victims [Australia]

Author: Mark Phillips, AAP Newsfeed [Australia], Published on: 7 January 2005

Australian businesses have been challenged to raise [A]$120 million for Asian tsunami victims...as corporate donations start pouring in after a slow start. [refers to Qantas Airways, National Australia Bank, Visy, Westfield, Commonwealth Bank, News Limited (part of News Corporation), Telstra, Dick Smith Foods, Westpac, Stockland, Coates Hire, Coles Myer]

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Related companies: Coates Hire Coles Group Commonwealth Bank Dick Smith Foods National Australia Bank News Corporation Qantas Airways Telstra Travelex Visy Westfield Westpac