Media releases


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New CEDA CEO starts today

CEDA is delighted to welcome our new Chief Executive, Melinda Cilento. Read more…


CEDA housing report: Is it time to let go of the great Australian dream?

Housing affordability issues are likely to persist in some capital cities and could have longer term economic implications for Australia, while the issue of land supply needs greater focus, according to CEDA’s latest report, Housing Australia. Read more…


New CEDA CEO appointed

CEDA is delighted to announce the appointment of Melinda Cilento as CEO, effective from Tuesday, 3 October, 2017. Read more…


CEDA report: Brexit and Trump mean opportunities for Australia lie in Asia

The rise of protectionism in countries such as the US and UK means Australia needs to focus on increasing investment in emerging markets, such as China and India, CEDA’s latest report, Outbound investment, has found. Read more…


Announcement from the CEDA CEO

To all CEDA Members and Trustees, welcome back for what promises to be a prosperous and successful 2017. As some of you may know, my second three-year appointment as Chief Executive is coming to an end in March 2017, and, after much deliberation, I have decided not to seek a further term. Read more…


CEDA Big Issues survey: future jobs, Budget deficit, tax avoidance and the GST top issues

Preparing for the jobs of the future, while tackling multinational tax avoidance and the Federal Budget deficit remain key issues, according to the results of CEDA’s 2016 Big Issues survey. Read more…


CEDA Big Issues survey open

CEDA invites you to participate in our annual Big Issues survey 2016. Read more…


CEDA report: increased migration to deliver economic benefits

Annual permanent migration could be doubled over the next 40 years and deliver significant per capita economic benefit, according to CEDA’s latest research report. Read more…


Australians need to know where they fit in the future economy

Leaders and policymakers need to tell Australians where they fit in the economy of the future, Federal Leader of the Opposition, the Hon. Bill Shorten told a CEDA audience in Canberra. Read more…


Digitisation key for growing economy

Australia needs to become digitally competitive or risk jobs and businesses going overseas, Federal Shadow Treasurer the Hon. Jason Clare has told a CEDA audience during his address at CEDA’s annual State of the Nation conference in Canberra. Read more…


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