Structural reforms needed to deliver long-term economic prosperity

The 2018-19 Budget’s economic and fiscal outlook is once again heavily reliant on strong growth in resources exports and a significant contribution by the mining sector to rising government tax receipts.

Energy policy makers should remain technology neutral

The MCA disputes claims by the Chair of the Energy Security Board today that there is no longer an investment case to build new coal-fired power stations in Australia.

MCA SUBMISSION TO TREATIES COMMITTEE ON TRANS-PACIFIC PARTNERSHIP (TPP-11) TRADE AGREEMENT

The Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP-11) regional trade agreement will deliver economic, social and strategic benefits for Australia by opening up access to new export markets, encouraging investment and economic integration, and supporting progressive labour and environmental standards in the Asia-Pacific.

Fuel Tax Credit Alliance: Regional Australian industries reject Greens attack

The tax policy released this week by city-based Greens politicians is an attack on local jobs and communities which will damage regional businesses reliant on diesel fuel to generate electricity and run vital equipment.

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