Opinion Article

Be Prepared for Emissions Trading

The Age By Katie Lahey Chief Executive Business Council of Australia Regardless of which party forms the next government, Australia will have an emissions trading scheme operating nationally by no...

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Need to Rethink Employment Policy

The Age By Charlie Lenegan   Managing Director, Rio Tinto – Australia Australia approaches the federal election in an enviable position. Instead of our energies being directed towards the sorts of...

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Infrastructure Is a Road Half Travelled

The Australian Financial Review By Rod Sims Director, Port Jackson Partners Limited You could be forgiven for thinking Australia’s infrastructure problems are all due to a lack of funding by...

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Opportunity Too Good to Waste

The Australian Financial Review By John W. H. Denton Chairman, BCA Trade and International Relations Task Force Partner and Chief Executive Officer, Corrs Chambers Westgarth Australia as host of the...

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Injection of Facts into the IR Debate

The Australian By Michael Chaney President Business Council of Australia It takes a very significant risk to the economy for business groups representing the smallest of enterprises through to our...

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National Approach to Water

The Courier-Mail By Katie Lahey Chief Executive Business Council of Australia Recent heavy rains across much of the east coast of Australia have brought welcome relief for many farmers and...

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The Mutual Benefits of Giving

The Australian Financial Review By Geoff Allen Chairman, Centre for Corporate Public Affairs Late last year Harvard management guru Michael Porter breathlessly proposed to a Sydney business audience “a new...

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Good Start on Greenhouse Plan

The Australian Financial Review By Rod Sims Director Port Jackson Partners Limited All Australian businesses now need to plan on a future with emissions trading, which will be a fundamental...

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