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State of the National Economy and a Global Outlook

 Greg Evans
  21st-Sep-2009
Description: Topics discussed include the current state of the global and domestic economy, the budget position and implications for tax reform and future spending initiatives, dealing with rising unemployment and the importance of maintaining labor market flexibility. Longer term impact of reduced competition in the banking sector. Micro economic reform remains critical for long-term productivity growth. Labor market conditions likely to continue to deteriorate over next six to twelve months.
Views: 2000
Domain: Electronics
Category: Business
Contents:
Economic Crisis and Implications for the Business Sector
Greg Evans � ACCI Director Economics

Overview
� The current state of the global and domestic economy � The budget position and implications for tax reform and future spending initiatives � Dealing with rising unemployment and the importance of maintaining labour market flexibility � ... See more

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