BUDGET 2020

2020 federal, state and international budget coverage from CPA Australia


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

25 Nov 2020 Budget Economics

There are a host of initiatives designed to elevate the living standards of Malaysians.

Malaysian budget announcements you may have missed

09 Nov 2020 Budget Economics

The budget allocates A$14.8 million over four years from 2020-21 to remove ghost nets from Australia’s northern waters.

11 items you didn’t hear about on budget night

09 Oct 2020 Budget Economics

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Phu My Bridge in Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam.

Infrastructure projects: Australia's path to economic recovery


Some businesses will never come back, simply because they didn’t have the financial resources to survive whatever shutdown was imposed on them.

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The first obvious step to allow for any economic recovery to succeed is to be able to manage the coronavirus.

The 4 pillars of a post-pandemic economic recovery


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Some economists insist that reforming the tax system is the only way to pull the nation back from the brink of economic disaster.

Is it time for tax reform?


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Jim Stanford, director of the Centre for Future Work, based at the Australia Institute.

Jim Stanford: Why economics should be informed by social responsibility