Minerals Council of Australia
The conclusion of negotiations on a Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) agreement represents a major achievement in Australian trade policy completing a quadrella of quality market-opening deals in just two years.
Australia’s current workplace relations framework is far from optimal given the nation’s economic challenges.
Changes to energy generation in Victoria must form part of a national conversation and must be tackled at the national level through an agreed approach, not a patchwork of state-based renewable energy and climate change policies. Renewable energy must win increased market share on its own merits, not be guaranteed by expensive mandatory targets and feed-in tariffs.
The Greens policy announced today that will seek to impose a levy on the coal industry is economically reckless and an attempt to cause harm to our second largest export industry and destroy vital jobs in regional Australia.
The introduction of the enabling legislation for the China Australia Free Trade Agreement today is an important step forward in ensuring the agreement enters into force before the end of 2015.
7-9 Oct 2015 Fremantle WA
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