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The Minerals Council of Australia has today launched a new publication that demonstrates how uranium has the potential to be the next billion dollar export industry for Australia.
The Minerals Council of Australia, Victorian Division today released its 2015-16 pre-budget submission urging the Victorian government take a strategic and long term approach to turn the state into an attractive resources investment destination.
It’s timely to remember that when the Senate Economics References Committee Inquiry into corporate tax avoidance sits today, it is the Greens policy to phase out the coal industry while simultaneously also asking the sector to pay more taxes.
The Energy White Paper provides a timely reminder of the critical role played by low cost energy in contributing to jobs, better living standards and the competitiveness of Australia’s export and import competing industry sectors.
Thank you to CEDA State Director, Lee Kelly for the invitation and to John Mollard and Baker McKenzie for your hospitality.
My remarks will focus on three themes.
Is the mining boom dead, buried and cremated? And what was the scale of its contribution to national prosperity?
What is the medium-term outlook?
What is the policy environment in which the minerals sector operates going to look like?
3 June 2015 Canberra
The Minerals Week Seminar and Annual Minerals Industry Parliamentary Dinner will be held in Canberra on Wednesday 3 June 2015.Tweets by @MineralsCouncil