Page Search


Indonesia–Australia: yet to reach full potential

"There are tremendous opportunities inherent in Indonesia's economic development in which Australian companies can play a role," Australian Ambassador to Indonesia, Greg Moriarty has told a CEDA audie Read more…


"Austerity is not the path to prosperity"

"There is no public appetite for major changes to workplace laws in favour of employers." ACTU President, Ged Kearney has told a Queensland CEDA EPO audience. Read more…


"Gottcha journalism" damaging democracy

What South Australia can do to drive productivity, the potential for a change of Opposition Leader in SA and the damage “gottcha journalism” is doing to democracy, were the key topics discussed at CED Read more…


"Tony Abbott will be the next Prime Minister"

The Prime Minister does deserve enormous credit for all of this [reform], but...if she loses the next election that credit will slip away as well because Tony Abbott will unwind it. Read more…


Economic growth requires greater female workforce participation

Closing the gap between the number of men and women in Australia’s workforce will boost Australia’s GDP by 11 per cent, Dr Cathy Foley has told a CEDA audience in Canberra. Read more…


Innovation the key to continued success in WA resources sector

Innovation is about more than adopting new technology, according to Fortescue Metals Group Director of Operations, Greg Lilleyman. Read more…


Latest scorecard shows progess on gender pay gap too slow

Despite some positive progress over recent years, there is still a considerable gender pay gap in Australia, Workplace Gender Equality Agency Director Libby Lyons told a CEDA Women in Leadership event in Brisbane. Read more…


Worry over wages growth raised at EPO launch

Concern over Australia’s stagnant wages growth emerged as a key economic and social concern from the launch of CEDA’s 2018 Economic and Political Overview (EPO) in Brisbane on 16 February. Read more…