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Competition policy can be extended to human services A number of key recommendations of the Competition Policy Review Final Report are about driving choice for consumers, Professor Ian Harper has told a CEDA audience in Melbourne.

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Commonwealth public sector to increase its Indigenous workforce to three per cent: Federal Minister for Indigenous Affairs
“Governments have committed to halving the gap in employment outcomes between Indigenous and non-Indigenous Australians by 2018,” Federal Minister for Indigenous Affairs Senator the Hon. Nigel Scullion told a CEDA forum in South Australia (SA)....Read More

Dr Klaus Albrecht
CEDA is saddened to hear of the passing of Dr Klaus Albrecht. ...Read More

Population growth will create second CBD in Sydney
Transport and land use planning are the same thing, Infrastructure NSW Chief Executive Officer, Jim Betts has told a CEDA audience in Sydney....Read More

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16/04/2015
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International connectedness critical for regional Australia: Kyl Murphy
International connectedness and the movement of people, ideas and information will be important for Australia's future prosperity. Kyl Murphy discusses regional capitals and global integration.

14/04/2015
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Competition laws need to be flexible, responsive, adaptive: Professor Ian Harper
Following the release of the Competition Policy Review Final Report, Professor Ian Harper discusses key recommendations and their implementation.

30/03/2015
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Australian tax reform 2015 - getting back on track: Greg Smith
Following the release of the Federal Government's taxation reform discussion paper, Greg Smith explores Australia's tax system and priorities for reform.

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