State of the State

State of the State

WA
Nov 27
It looks as if Western Australia will emerge from 2009 with slight economic growth for the year, rather than the contraction expected in other developed economies. State Treasurer the Hon Troy Buswell has played an important role in WA's economic performance.

Event overview

State of the State

WA
Nov 27

It looks as if Western Australia will emerge from 2009 with slight economic growth for the year, rather than the contraction expected in other developed economies. State Treasurer the Hon Troy Buswell has played an important role in WA's economic performance.

Speakers

Hon Troy Buswell MLA, Treasurer, Minister for Commerce; Science & Innovation, Housing & Works
 

 Public event
 27/11/2009
 Hyatt Regency Perth,, 99 Adelaide Terrace, Perth, WA 6000, AUSTRALIA

 Government/Regulation
 Lunch

   

    


EVENT OVERVIEW

Join us on November 27 for a discussion with Troy Buswell on developments in 2009 and prospects and challenges for 2010, as the state moves into another expansionary phase.

The treasurer  will engage in a substantial Q&A session with participants following his remarks, so come along prepared for dialogue with one of the key economic policy makers in WA.

MEET THE SPEAKERS

Hon Troy Buswell MLA, Treasurer; Minister for Commerce; Science & Innovation, Housing & Works

Born in Bunbury and bred in Busselton, Troy completed a Bachelor of Economics degree at the University of Western Australia.

After stints at IBM and Murdoch University, Troy  returned to Busselton with his wife, Margaret, to take over a small business, Villa Carlotta Travel.  

Troy also served as Chairman of the Cape Naturaliste Tourism Assoc and represented his community as a councilor for the Shire of Busselton for 6 years, the last 2 as Shire President.

Troy then moved to State Government. He has taken on the role of Treasurer with a great deal of enthusiasm and determination to offer Western Australians effective taxation and financial policies.

Troy also oversees the state's Commerce, Housing and Works, and Science and Innovation portfolios.

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