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Australia blames auditors for governance failings

Auditors play only a small role in keeping a company honest. But in a bid to reassure investors after a spate of corporate scandals, the Australian government is wrongly limiting its reforms to the audit function, says Alison Lansley of Mallesons Stephen Jaques

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