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In 2021, CEDA is focused on four key areas:
- How emerging technologies can be designed, developed and used in the public interest;
- Promoting greater understanding of the migration system and its economic impacts;
- Leveraging the insights of our members in our business dynamism and competitiveness research;
- Identifying practical solutions to deliver better human services for Australians.
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In 2021 CEDA is establishing MACs in the areas of migration, business competitiveness and dynamism and human services. CEDA also has a Public Interest Technology MAC, formed in 2020.
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