State of the State - NSW Premier's Address

State of the State - NSW Premier's Address

NSW
Jul 15
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Speakers

The Hon. Mike Baird MP, Premier of New South Wales

Event overview

CEDA is pleased to host the annual lunch briefing with the Hon. Mike Baird MP, Premier of NSW, who will provide an update on the Government's achievements and on his priorities as we move towards the 2015 election.

The forum presents a high level opportunity to discuss critical economic policies to return NSW to the 'Premier State'.

Meet the speaker

The Hon. Mike Baird MP
Premier of New South Wales

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