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South West Pacific poses challenges and opportunities for Australia
Australia is poised to reap the benefits of a growing Pacific region, with Queensland in particular identified as having the potential to develop closer economic links, according to DFAT First Assistant Secretary.

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Economic success: connecting people with progress
CEDA Chief Executive Melinda Cilento presented our latest report in Sydney on 12 November 2018. ...Read More

CEDA report calls for nimble policy approach in key areas including population, technology and the workplace
CEDA’s latest report out today identifies a critical policy stack and a new approach to policy to reboot economic development in Australia and reconnect people to the benefits of growth. ...Read More

Rapid uptake of data and technology needed to maximise Australia’s economic growth - CEDA research
Australia will need to more rapidly take up new technologies if it is to maximise economic growth, according to new CEDA research....Read More

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15/11/2018
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Why health diplomacy in the Asia Pacific matters
Addressing health risks in the Asia Pacific presents an opportunity for expanded regional cooperation and is particularly important for Australia's position in the region. Sara Davies writes this is why health diplomacy matters. 

14/11/2018
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Trump's new wall? The challenges of a Democratic House
The US midterm elections delivered control of the House of Representatives to the Democrats with the Republicans hanging on to the Senate. John Pilbrow examines what a divided Congress may mean for the Trump presidency. 

14/11/2018
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Low-skilled job seekers facing barriers to work
A recent study by Anglicare Australia into the job market for those facing the greatest barriers to work has found a shortage of low-skilled entry-level jobs with large numbers of candidates competing for reach position. Kasy Chambers explains. 

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