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High Australian power prices threaten jobs, hurt global competitiveness

Revelations in The Australian today that the US state of Pennsylvania has sought to poach Australian companies with a promise of “abundant’’ energy show that power price rises here are hurting the international competitiveness of Australian businesses.

Australia should get on with urgent company tax cuts

The passage in the United States of significant and immediate corporate tax cuts sends a clear message to Australia’s politicians to get on with urgent company tax reductions if we are to retain and attract investment and jobs.

MCA Victoria lauds long-overdue reforms to earth resources regulation & approval

Ensuring Victoria has a well-governed, competent regulator for mining and extractive industries will enable the state’s minerals industry to continue building prosperity while protecting the community and the environment.

AUSTRALIA WELL PLACED TO MEET GROWING ASIAN COAL DEMAND

Growth in key Asian markets for high-quality Australian coal will continue to underpin our coal exports with increasing demand forecast over the medium term, according to a new report from the International Energy Agency (IEA).

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