Queensland’s economy has become more dynamic, efficient and productive over recent decades. Yet our country’s tax system has not kept up with these changes.
The Chamber of Commerce and Industry Queensland (CCIQ) has today welcomed the State Government’s Queensland Small Business Strategy and Action Plan.
CCIQ views tonight’s Federal Budget as a deficit exit strategy, lacking in detail, transparency, accountability and with little inspiration for Queensland businesses.
Access to finance, removal of red tape and improved infrastructure key to Gold Coast business growth
CCIQ have returned to the Gold Coast with the key findings from the Regional Roadshow Business Breakfast in 2012 that have formed the basis of the Gold Coast Business Priorities Report.
CCIQ is calling on the Federal Government tomorrow night to deliver a deficit exit strategy achieved through a sensible reduction in government expenditure as opposed to increased taxes.
An exhaustive study of businesses from every state and territory and all sectors of the Australian economy has identified rising costs as the number one issue they want government to focus on.
CCIQ welcomes the announcement today of the Federal Opposition's workplace relations policy, and in particular the special emphasis placed on small businesses.
The Chamber of Commerce and Industry Queensland (CCIQ) is supportive of the State Government developing a 30 year Queensland Plan.
At a breakfast workshop held in Gladstone this morning, the Chamber of Commerce and Industry Queensland (CCIQ) joined with local business owners and regional stakeholders to unveil the ‘Central Queensland Business Priorities Report’ – the first in a series of regional reports focused solely on regional small and medium business priorities.
The Chamber of Commerce and Industry Queensland (CCIQ) has welcomed today’s decision by the Reserve Bank of Australia to cut the official interest rate by a quarter of one per cent, saying it was a good decision in the current economic climate.