NSW Economic and Political Overview 2013

NSW Economic and Political Overview 2013

NSW
Feb 15

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Speakers

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 Public event
 15/02/2013
 Four Seasons Hotel, 199 George Street, Sydney, NSW

 Economy
 Half-day forum (7.45am to 2.00pm)

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Event overview

EPO2013
 

CEDA's 2013 Economic and Political Overview (EPO) - Transforming Australia examines the Australian economy and politics at state and federal levels with insights and information on the operating environment over the next 12 months.

The OECD forecasts Australia's economy to grow by three per cent in 2013 and downgraded its forecasts for the global economy, which is expected to grow by 3.4 per cent in 2013 and 4.2 per cent in 2014.

Marking 21 years of economic growth, Australia is facing a juxtaposition of fortunes with a high dolar, widening trade deficit, against a backdrop of opportunities presented by the Asian Century and strong economic credentials such as low unemployment.

Join CEDA and hear leading edge analysis and diverse viewpoints on the key issues affecting Australia's economy in the year ahead.

Meet the speakers

Breakfast with the Opposition - New addition to the EPO program:

  • The Hon Tony Abbott MP, Leader of the Opposition

Political Overview:

  • Jennifer Hewett, National Affairs Columnist, The Australian Financial Review
  • Dr John Lee, Michael Hintze Fellow for Energy Security & Adjunct A Professor, Centre for International Security Studies, The University of Sydney

Economic Overview:

  • Dr John Edwards, Member, CEDA Council on Economic Policy and Board Member, Reserve Bank of Australia
  • Rob Henderson, Chief Economist, Markets, National Australia Bank
  • The Hon Greg Pearce MLC, NSW Minister for Finance and Services


 CEDA's 2013 Economic and Political Overview publication - author's view:

  • Warren Hogan, Chief Economist, ANZ

Keynote Lunch Address:

  • Geoff Dixon, Chairman, Tourism Australia

 

Supported by CEDA members:
 

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