State Budget address

State Budget address

QLD
Jul 21
CEDA presents the State Budget address with Queensland Treasurer The Hon. Curtis Pitt MP and Minister for Employment and Industrial Relations and Minister for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Partnerships speaking to his first budget.

Speakers

The Hon. Curtis Pitt MP, Treasurer, Minister for Employment and Industrial Relations and Minister for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Partnerships

Event overview

Analysing the implications for Queensland of the Federal budget, economic trends across sectors and the State's balance sheet, the Treasurer will provide a detailed briefing and respond to questions on the State budget. 

With State wide implications across sectors, the budget sets forward the State's direction for growth and economic development. 

Join senior leaders from across sectors and professions to consider and discuss in detail the 2015-2016 budget and Queensland’s economic position.

Meet the speaker

The Hon. Curtis Pitt MP
Treasurer, Minister for Employment and Industrial Relations and Minister for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Partnerships

The Hon. Curtis Pitt MP was sworn in as Treasurer on 16 February 2015. First elected to Queensland’s Parliament in 2009, he was previously the Shadow Minister for Treasury and Trade, Energy and Water Supply, and Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Partnerships.

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