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Inflation up despite global headwinds
Mental health report first step to reform
Vital National Skills Commissioner appointment
Indonesia and Hong Kong Free Trade Agreements welcomed
Positioning Australian tourism for future growth
Focus on Indian visitor economy
Senate decision to protect small business welcomed
Industrial sentiment slows in latest survey results
Future holds promise despite slower growth figure
Learn new trade rules to avoid risk
ACCI appoints new Chief Economist
Business Events Bid Fund Program changes welcomed
COAG Call to action on skills
Small business deserves a fair go in Fair Dismissal Code
Australian Chamber welcomes moves to cut red tape
Time to ensure unions obey our laws and heed our courts
NFF marks 40 years fighting for farmers
Further falls in VET funding reinforces urgent need to prioritise reform
Passage of tax cuts benefits all Australians
Australian Chamber welcomes reintroduction of Ensuring Integrity Bill
Australian exporters – it’s your time to shine
Business calls on Parliament to pass personal tax package in full
Australian Chamber-Tourism welcomes Working Holiday Maker program expansion
Business welcomes Prime Minister’s emphasis on workplace relations and skills
International Visitors Survey continues to highlight positive growth story
Industrial sentiment bounces, conditions confirm a loss of momentum
Economic growth figures underline need to support business to invest and create jobs
Lower interest rates to boost small business investment
Business welcomes new Federal Shadow Ministry
Australian Chamber-Tourism congratulates Hon. Simon Birmingham on his re-appointment as Tourism Minister
Australian Chamber Welcomes New Federal Government Ministry
Australian Chamber congratulates Prime Minister Morrison and his Coalition Government on re-election
Vale Hon Robert James Lee Hawke AC, GCL
Labor Tourism Policy welcomed by Australian Chamber-Tourism
Australian Chamber to call for 1.8% increase to minimum and award wages today in Melbourne
Australian Chamber response to Labor’s costings
Targeting lower power prices: increase competition not regulation
Business welcomes R&D tax break for collaboration
Bandt announces Greens push for Future of Work Commission
Australian Chamber-Tourism welcomes Coalition’s Tourism Policy
Tourism Satellite Accounts 2017-2018 highlight labour and skills needs in visitor economy
Industry-wide wage increases set and subsidised by government put small businesses under pressure
Australian Chamber-Tourism welcomes Labor’s Tourism policy
Labor’s proposed changes to temporary skilled migration impose big costs on small business
Australian Business Growth Fund recognises Small Business is a Big Deal
ACTU must stop misrepresenting facts on employment
Business welcomes Labor focus on surplus & skills but worried by wages plan
Billion dollar threat to small business still stands