Building Sustainable International Gateways

Building Sustainable International Gateways

WA
Apr 29

Registrations are now closed. For registration information please contact Alicia Richards on 08 6104 7102

With investment in infrastructure being the centrepiece of the Federal Government’s 2009-10 Budget and the importance of long term infrastructure spending to boost productivity of the economy, CEDA, supported by Clayton Utz and Ernst & Young, will host InfraStructuring Australia, a national program of events on Australia’s infrastructure agenda for the future.

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 Public event
 29/04/2010
 Perth Convention Exhibition Centre, Mounts Bay Road, Perth, WA 6000

 Infrastructure
 Breakfast (7:00am to 9:30am)

   

    

 
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EVENT OVERVIEW

InfraStructuring Australia is a national series that CEDA is hosting in 2010 to advance discussion and dialogue on Australia's infrastructure agenda. The series, supported by Ernst & Young and Clayton Utz, will examine national and state government policies surrounding infrastructure delivery and encourage debate on the challenges facing Australia. 

Western Australia's ports are vital gateways to global export markets. This breakfast event will address the topic of 'Building Sustainable International Gateways'. CEDA is delighted to welcome The Hon Dr Craig Emerson MP, Federal Minister for Competition Policy to give the keynote address on Competition Policy and Implications for Export Infrastructure Development. WA Transport Minister Hon Simon O'Brien MLC will discuss Port Developments in the state, and John Langoulant from Oakajee Port and Rail will give us the view from one of Western Australia's newest major port developments. The speakers will also take audience questions on the challenges of securing the productivity, resource efficiency and competitiveness of Australia's export infrastructure.

MEET THE SPEAKERS

Competition policy and implications for export infrastructure development
The Hon Dr Craig Emerson MP, Minister for Small Business, Independent Contractors and the Service Economy; Minister for Competition Policy and Consumer Affairs; Minister Assisting the Finance Minister on Deregulation

Port developments; expanding existing and new ports
The Hon Simon O'Brien MLC, Minister for Transport; Disability Services

Building sustainable international gateways
John Langoulant, Chief Executive Officer, Oakajee Port & Rail

THE INFRASTRUCTURING AUSTRALIA SERIES IS SUPPORTED BY

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Registration Fees (inc gst)

CEDA members and guests  

$77.00 per person

 

$700.00 table of 10

Non Members

$110.00 per person

 

$1000.00 table of 10

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