2015 Economic and Political Overview in Canberra

2015 Economic and Political Overview in Canberra

ACT
Feb 20
CEDA's 2015 Economic and Political Overview (EPO) will provide economic and political forecasts and also examine funding options from the finance sector and some proposed market-based reforms and equity issues in Australia.

Speakers

The Hon. Andrew Barr, Chief Minister, Australian Capital Territory
Cherelle Murphy, Senior Economist, ANZ Banking Group
Emma Thomas, Project Director, Capital Metro Agency
Chris Uhlmann, Political Reporter, 7.30 Report, ABC

Event overview

CEDA's annual Economic and Political Overview (EPO) is Australia's premier publication and series of briefings on the Australian economy and political landscapes for the year ahead.

CEDA's 2015 EPO in Canberra will examine the issues surrounding funding Australia's future.

CEDA is pleased to welcome ACT Chief Minister, the Hon. Andrew Barr to deliver the keynote lunch address at CEDA's EPO in Canberra outlining his government's strategies to stimulate the ACT economy.

With both the Federal and ACT Government's focusing on asset recycling and large scale infrastructure development, CEDA's 2015 EPO in Canberra will deliver an insightful keynote address regarding the Canberra light rail and examine the economic contribution to the territory of the $783 million project.

With a line-up of industry leaders and commentators, CEDA's 2015 EPO features leading edge analysis and opinion on the key issues affecting Australia's economy and identifies opportunities for funding Australia's future.

   
 

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Meet the speakers

The Hon. Andrew Barr
Chief Minister, Australian Capital Territory

Cherelle Murphy
Senior Economist, ANZ Banking Group

Emma Thomas
Project Director, Capital Metro Agency

Chris Uhlmann
Political Reporter, 7.30 Report, ABC

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