Federal Budget address - The Hon. Wayne Swan MP

Federal Budget address - The Hon. Wayne Swan MP

QLD
May 17

To register for this event please contact Susan Austin 07 3229 9955.

The Hon. Wayne Swan MP, Deputy Prime Minister and Treasurer, presents the 2013-2014 Federal Budget address in Brisbane.

 

Speakers

The Hon. Wayne Swan MP, Deputy Prime Minister and Treasurer
Mark Ludlow, Brisbane Bureau Chief / Queensland Political Correspondent, The Australian Financial Review

 

 Public event
 17/05/2013
 Queens Ballroom, Hilton Brisbane, 190 Elizabeth Street, Brisbane, QLD

 Economy
 Lunch (12.00pm to 2.00pm)

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Event overview

The Federal Government has given a preview of plans for spending in education, technology as well as their economic reform priorities.

In his only Brisbane address, the Treasurer will speak to his sixth and arguably most important budget in detail and the impacts it will have on the Australian economy.

By attending this event, CEDA Queensland members and guests have access to the Nation's Treasurer just days after the budget release. The Treasurer's address will be followed by a moderated discussion and an opportunity for questions.

Meet the speaker

The Hon. Wayne Swan MP
Deputy Prime Minister and Treasurer

Wayne Swan was sworn in as the Treasurer in 2007 and elected to the position of Deputy Prime Minister in 2010. In Federal Parliament he has been associated, in particular, with helping develop Australia's response to the Global Financial Crisis; job creation; reform of the tax and transfer payments system; climate change; and ageing and population policy.

Meet the moderator

Mark Ludlow
Brisbane Bureau Chief/ Queensland Political Correspondent, The Australian Financial Review

Mark has been at The AFR for the past nine years. Prior to returning to Brisbane, Mark worked as a journalist for The Sunday Times of London for two years as well as six years covering federal politics in Canberra for News Limited and The Canberra Times. He has covered six federal elections, four state elections and more federal and state budgets than he cares to remember. In his role in Queensland for The AFR he also covers infrastructure issues.

   

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