The Chamber of Commerce and Industry Queensland (CCIQ) is supportive of the State Government developing a 30 year Queensland Plan.
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.
CCIQ believes there is merit in exploring the benefits the privatisation and outsourcing however the cautious approach to privatisation that the State Government will announce today is the right one.
At a breakfast workshop held in Tinaroo on Wednesday, CCIQ joined with local business owners and regional stakeholders to unveil the ‘Far North Queensland Business Priorities Report’ – the first in a series of regional reports focused solely on regional small and medium business priorities.
Small businesses are the lifeblood of local communities.
CCIQ (Chamber of Commerce & Industry Queensland) has welcomed the release of the Queensland Commission of Audit’s final report describing it as a clear direction for Queensland’s roadtrip to being the number one state again.
The Federal Government’s $1 billion Jobs Plan is a mixed blessing for Queensland small businesses, says the Chamber of Commerce and Industry Queensland (CCIQ).
Queensland businesses have once again rallied strongly in the face of adversity, with today’s labour force data release from the Australian Bureau of Statistics showing significant increases in employment levels and a fall in the number of people out of work in January.
CCIQ (Chamber of Commerce & Industry Queensland) has today welcomed the decision by the Reserve Bank of Australia to lower the official cash rate by 25 basis points describing it as a benefit to both Queenslanders and the State’s small business community.
Queensland businesses stand to gain an enormous amount from the promotion of ‘Drive Tourism’ in the state.