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Australian data, privacy laws out of date
Privacy is not a new issue, but I think it is fair to say with digital platforms it has been completely turbo-charged, ACCC Chairman Rod Sims has told CEDA at an event in Perth.

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Society's expectations will continue to evolve and business will need to evolve with them
“There are some politicians and commentators out there who say corporations shouldn’t get involved in social values, and they should just stick to their knitting,” KPMG National Chair Alison Kitchen told a CEDA audience in Melbourne. ...Read More

CEDA Company Pulse: Queenslanders value minimising workforce reductions
Unveiling CEDA’s latest research, Company Pulse, in Brisbane, CEDA CEO, Melinda Cilento, said that compared to priorities of the general community, Queenslanders were more likely to prioritise businesses minimising the impacts of workforce reductions than other states....Read More

CEDA poll: Victorians expect more from business than just profits
Victorians expect a broad contribution from business, focused not just on the bottom line, but on their workforce as well, Victorian results out today from a nationwide poll show. ...Read More

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10/10/2019
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Australia in the Asia-Pacific: the state of the neighbourhood
Ahead of CEDA's annual forum on Australia's relationship with our international neighbours, Griffith University, Griffith Asia Institute Senior Research Assistant, Dr Lucy West, summarises some of the key political, economic and environmental issues in the Asia-Pacific region. 

07/10/2019
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Reason for optimism in the global economic outlook
Following his recent appearance at a CEDA event, S&P Global Ratings Chief Economist, Paul Gruenwald, writes that solid economic growth is likely to continue despite ongoing uncertainties around the China-US trade relationship.   

03/10/2019
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Australia's digital competitiveness is slipping. Here's how we can catch up
Following the release of CEDA's report on the World Digital Competitiveness rankings, Griffith University Senior Lecturer in Applied Ethics & CyberSecurity, Dr. David Tuffley, discusses how Australia can better compete in the technology-enabled world.

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