The 2009 federal Budget takes important steps toward repositioning Australia for strong and sustainable growth, BCA Chief Executive Katie Lahey says. Ms Lahey said the government must now back this...Read more
Statement from BCA President Greig Gailey The BCA believes that global warming is a global problem and will only be solved with a global solution. The BCA fully supports the...Read more
Some positive steps were taken at yesterday’s COAG meeting but a risk remains that the pace of key national reforms is slowing, Business Council of Australia Chief Executive Katie Lahey said....Read more
The Business Council of Australia has welcomed the announcement by Deputy Prime Minister Julia Gillard and Victorian Premier John Brumby, that ‘Teach for Australia’ will recruit high-achieving graduates to contribute...Read more
The BCA and its members have strongly endorsed the development of an emissions trading scheme as part of a multifaceted response to climate change that includes research and development, adaptation...Read more
The BCA welcomes the appointment of the Productivity Commission to conduct an inquiry into executive remuneration, BCA Chief Executive Katie Lahey said. Ms Lahey said the Productivity Commission is the...Read more
The Business Council of Australia today supported recommendations to reshape and invest in Australia’s international diplomatic services. Chairman of the BCA’s Global Engagement Task Force and Partner and Chief Executive Officer...Read more
An independent health body is needed to integrate Australia’s fragmented national health services so they can effectively respond to changing health needs, BCA Chief Executive Katie Lahey says. Ms Lahey’s...