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CEDA report out today identifies 10 priority areas to drive economic growth

A new CEDA report being released today provides policy priorities across 10 key areas to ensure continued growth in the Australian economy, an issue of critical importance particularly in the current Federal Election campaign. Read more…

14/06/2016


CEDA report recommends ways to keep WA regional economies strong

A CEDA report released today provides five key recommendations that will help activate the economic potential of regional Western Australia and ensure a sustainable future for regional communities. Read more…

08/06/2016


World competitiveness ranking: Australia gains a place despite core economic indicators remaining weak

Business confidence is rising in Australia despite core economic indicators not improving, an international survey has found. Read more…

31/05/2016


CEDA 2016 outlook report: recession unlikely, but risks remain, confidence and capex needed

Australia is unlikely to face a recession in 2016 but income weakness still poses a risk, with incomes in 2015 growing at the slowest pace since the early 1960s, according to CEDA’s 2016 Economic and Political Overview being released today. Read more…

17/02/2016


Formal trade policy needed to guide future negotiations

A CEDA report released on 9 November 2015, while recognising the economic benefits that will potentially flow from free trade agreements (FTA), is calling for a formal trade policy to be developed as a critical next step in guiding all future trade negotiations. Read more…

08/11/2015


More than five million Aussie jobs gone in 10 to 15 years

More than five million jobs, almost 40 per cent of Australian jobs that exist today, have a moderate to high likelihood of disappearing in the next 10 to 15 years due to technological advancements, a CEDA report being released today has found. Read more…

16/06/2015


CEDA report: Five years of Women in Leadership – progress too slow

A publication reflecting on five years tackling the issue of increasing gender equality in the workplace and increasing the number of women in leadership positions in Australia shows little progress h Read more…

26/03/2015


Big Issues indicates short-termism out – innovation, R&D, education and tax reform are priorities

Results of the CEDA 2014 Big Issues survey of the business community show long-term policies around our future workforce, such as driving innovation, R&D and education and training, accompanied by tax reform. Read more…

10/12/2014


CEDA Big Issues survey indicates short-termism out – innovation, R&D, education and tax reform are priorities

Results of the CEDA 2014 Big Issues survey of the business community show long-term policies around our future workforce, such as driving innovation, R&D and education and training, accompanied by taxation reform should be priorities.
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10/12/2014


Paul McClintock AO announced as new CEDA National Chairman

Outgoing CEDA National Chairman Geoff Allen AM today announced the appointment of Paul McClintock AO as his successor following the CEDA Annual General Meeting in Melbourne on 18 November 2014. Read more…

18/11/2014


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