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WA to return to surplus sooner than expected, says Premier Mark McGowan

WA expects to have a substantial surplus a year sooner than originally estimated, WA Premier the Hon. Mark McGowan has told CEDA’s State of the State event in Perth. Read more…

11/12/2018


Emissions levels have us on a cliff edge

Maintaining current rates of greenhouse gas emissions is like going over a cliff in economic and social terms and incredibly destructive, according to climate change expert Professor Mark Howden. Read more…

04/12/2018


Australia Post CEO optimistic about future of work despite workforce and technological challenges

Speaking at a CEDA event in Perth, Australia Post CEO Christine Holgate said that the biggest challenge of running Australia Post is thinking about the future of the workforce. Read more…

04/12/2018


Premier exalts buzz about Tasmania

Far from being an economic laggard, Tasmania is now leading the nation on many measures, according to Premier the Hon. Will Hodgman. Read more…

28/11/2018


Outsourcing – the job creator

The only thing that creates over 95 per cent of all jobs is outsourcing, IBISWorld and Ruthven Institute Founder and Director, Phil Ruthven AM told a CEDA audience in Sydney. Read more…

23/11/2018


Trust essential building block of economic prosperity: RBA Governor

There is an element of trust in all economic transactions. Without it, commerce can't flourish, Reserve Bank of Australia Governor, Philip Lowe has told a CEDA audience.  Read more…

22/11/2018


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. Read more…

15/11/2018


Economic success: connecting people with progress

CEDA Chief Executive Melinda Cilento presented our latest report in Sydney on 12 November 2018. Read more…

12/11/2018


Have we stalled in achieving gender equality?

Workplaces will need to be more flexible and endeavour to stamp out inappropriate cultures if the momentum for gender equality is to continue, according to Eldercare Chief Executive, Jane Pickering. Read more…

25/10/2018


Cheap versus clean shifts to cheap versus reliable

Last decade the energy debate was about cheap versus clean. Clean is now the cheapest, and so the debate is now shifting to cheap versus reliable, AGL Energy Chief Customer Officer, Melissa Reynolds said at CEDA Queensland’s 2018 Energy series event. Read more…

24/10/2018


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