It’s been a busy few weeks for the ABC.
It has become the latest media company to be forced to cut jobs and scale back its workforce, with the company announcing a huge restructuring that will see it take on a whopping $300 million in debt.
On top of that, it’s also reportedly considering selling its remaining assets.
The ABC is Australia, which means it has its own rules and regulations.
And while it is a privately owned company, the ABC has to adhere to a number of codes of conduct.
But there are a number, which the media giant says it has to follow.
For instance, if it doesn’t comply with a code of conduct, it can be fined.
The ABC is also required to provide information about its financial health.
It also has to disclose to regulators the financial position of its employees.
And the ABC is now facing a potentially devastating blow: it has been forced to close its remaining newsrooms in Queensland and NSW.
And it’s not the only news company in Australia that has to close down.
News Corporation is also facing a possible closure of its remaining newspapers in Australia, with it reportedly facing “financial insolvency”.
The ABC’s parent company News Corp has also been facing financial insolvencies in recent years, but it is not the first time the ABC, or any other media company, has had to close.
There are other laws in Australia requiring the ABC to be open, and that is one of the reasons the ABC decided to cut its workforce.
But those laws are not necessarily enforced.
For example, the laws require a certain number of employees to work for the company, but the ABC can’t have as many as 20 staff working at a time.
The rules don’t specifically say that the ABC must be open at all times.
The biggest threat for the Australian media industry comes from the Federal Government.
It is considering a plan to cut the number of people employed by the ABC in the wake of the news of the ABC’s financial difficulties.
The Federal Government, which has control over the ABC through its ABCFIC (Australian Broadcasting Corporation Foreign and Commonwealth Office) branch, says the ABCFic will need to be restructured to reduce the ABC budget deficit.
The cuts are reportedly coming on top of the $300m in debt the ABC recently declared.
The government says the cut is necessary to reduce costs and improve its financial performance, but critics say the ABC already has plenty of debt to cover its costs.
The Government’s cuts come amid a major restructuring in the Australian broadcasting industry.
The Government announced in December it was pulling the plug on some of the largest media companies in the country, including Fairfax Media and News Corp. And the ABC itself has been cut by more than 60 percent.