CCIQ has today publicly released its 2012-2013 State Budget Submission, provided to the state government last month.
CCIQ has today provided its full support to the Queensland State Government in creating a more even spread of public holidays.
CCIQ believes that the current budget savings and job cuts being implemented by the Queensland State Government will not have a negative impact upon the state economy, but will impact significantly upon the state’s budget deficit, debt and ability to fund projects and services in the future.
CCIQ is disappointed by the results of the Prime Minister’s Manufacturing Taskforce following the release yesterday of the Smarter Manufacturing for a Smarter Australia Report.
CCIQ has today highlighted the relatively poor labour market numbers announced by the Australian Bureau of Statistics as further confirmation of difficult trading conditions for Queensland businesses at present.
In the news this month CCIQ has appeared in the following:
According to the latest Commonwealth Bank CCIQ Pulse Survey of Business conditions, business confidence in Queensland has been severely impacted by uncertainty as a result of national and global economic concerns.
CCIQ (The Chamber of Commerce and Industry Queensland) is disappointed by the review of the Federal Government’s Fair Work Act 2009 - ‘Towards More Productive and Equitable Workplaces’, which has failed to address the core areas of changed proposed by CCIQ on behalf of Queensland employers.