Opinion Article

Please Keep It Much Simpler, Stupid

The Age By Steven Munchenberg Deputy Chief Executive, Business Council of Australia Have you noticed that the Saturday morning cake stall has largely disappeared from our streets? This cornerstone of...

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Needed: One Push-Start to Doha Round

The Age By John W. H. Denton Chief Executive Officer, Corrs Chambers Westgarth It is vital that the world's major trading nations make a fresh start early in 2006 and...

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Getting the Measure of Unis’ Output

The Australian Financial Review By Phil Clark Business Council of Australia Representative, Research Quality Framework Expert Advisory Group Member, J.P. Morgan Advisory Council Businesses wishing to expand their innovation activity...

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Prosperity Depends on Further Reform

The Australian By Michael Chaney President, Business Council of Australia During the past 12 months, Australia's new reform agenda has travelled a considerable distance. There is wide recognition that Australia...

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Shooting Messenger on Budget Accuracy

The Australian Financial Review Letter to the Editor from Michael Chaney President, Business Council of Australia Michael Baume’s criticism (“Chaney’s tough talk just bluster”, Opinion, February 6) of the Business...

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COAG’s Choice: Foresight or Failure

The Australian Financial Review By Katie Lahey Chief Executive, Business Council of Australia Consider this scenario for Australia in 2015. Economic growth has not exceeded 2 per cent in more...

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Tax System Reforms Will Help Growth

By Richard Humphry Chairman, Business Reform Task Force Business Council of Australia Australia’s record growth and prosperity are undisputed. The question is, is it sustainable? Reforms begun in the 1980s...

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