26 June 2006
National progress in cutting red tape could stall if commitments on reform are not translated into concerted action before the end of this year, the BCA has warned in a red tape reform scorecard issued today.
The BCA today released Regulatory Reform: A Scorecard to Measure Australia’s Progress, which it developed to monitor progress on red tape reform by governments Australia-wide.
BCA Chief Executive Ms Katie Lahey said excessive and poorly constructed red tape continued to burden business and put economic growth at risk.
Download the news release or the scorecard from the link below.