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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


Big Issues Survey 2014

The 2014 CEDA Big Issues survey is now closed. Survey results will be released in mid December 2014 and will be available on the CEDA website. Read more…

14/11/2014


CEDA report: Fed's revenue distribution failing to deliver for states

Increasing State Government control of revenue, targeted specifically for schools, health, public transport and roads, along with running a series of conventions across Australia to engage the public in a national conversation on reforming Australia's Federation, are key recommendations proposed in CEDA research being released today. Read more…

27/10/2014


Fragile world economy means G20 can’t be just a talkfest

The Brisbane G20 Summit must deliver a plan for real action on key economic issues such as taxation and financial sector reform to ensure a crack-down on profit shifting by multinationals and to reduce the risk of another Global Financial Crisis (GFC), according to CEDA's report being released today (19 August 2014). Read more…

19/08/2014


New world rankings show emerging economies not the only threat to Australia’s competitiveness

A world competitiveness ranking of 60 countries being released today shows Australia has slipped another place with advanced economies overtaking Australia as they continue to recover from the lingering effects of the Global Financial Crisis (GFC) and Eurozone crisis. Read more…

22/05/2014


MEDIA RELEASE: New world rankings show emerging economies not the only threat to Australia’s global competitiveness

A world competitiveness ranking of 60 countries being released today shows Australia has slipped another place with advanced economies overtaking Australia as they continue to recover from the lingering effects of the Global Financial Crisis (GFC) and Eurozone crisis. Read more…

22/05/2014


CEDA report calls for government tenders to require innovation to find new manufacturing sweet spot

Government tenders for major projects should require Australian made new-to-world technology that drives innovation, rather than accepting off-the-shelf products, which will help replace lost traditional manufacturing jobs, according to research being released by CEDA. Read more…

30/04/2014


Housing key to smooth transition for economy

Australia is not in a housing bubble and housing will be the key to a smooth transition to non-mining sectors for our economy in 2014, according to forecasts in CEDA's 2014 Economic and Political Overview (EPO) publication being released today. Read more…

05/02/2014


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