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Gavan Ord

Gavan Ord is CPA Australia’s business policy adviser and manager of business and investment policy. Gavan has responsibility for the development of policy, research and advocacy on issues related to business and the economy, including small- to medium-sized enterprises, taxation, financial planning, retirement savings and regulation.

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The government will spend A$40 million on the Great Barrier Reef, including supporting ecotourism to the reef.

Queensland budget sets stage for population growth but offers little for hard hit businesses

120,000 vouchers worth A$200 each are available to encourage people to visit and stay in regional Victoria.

Victorian budget hit and miss: strong on community but light on business

The government announced a consultation on whether property buyers could opt-out of paying stamp duty and instead pay a smaller annual property tax.

NSW budget focuses on stimulus and job creation

While small business innovation is still strong in Asia, small businesses in Hong Kong are under pressure from global trade tensions and soaring rents.

Global trade tensions hit business confidence: CPA Australia Small Business Survey

Those surveyed believe the main challenge for China’s economy is rising global economic uncertainty.

China business cautiously optimistic

The Malaysian Government is forecasting that the budget deficit will grow to RM53.3 billion in 2018 from RM40.3 billion in 2017.

Malaysian budget highlights: 3 key areas of focus

Cash splash ahead as NSW government announces $3.9m surplus

Hong Kong’s public finances are forecast to remain one of the healthiest, if not the healthiest in the world.

Hong Kong budget 2018: strong surplus and a focus on innovation

Hong Kong’s public finances are forecast to remain one of the healthiest in the world

Hong Kong Budget 2017 – strong surplus and a commitment to tax reform

Foreign affairs just got more complicated

Post-Panama tax landscape