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1. 19 July 18WESTERN AUSTRALIA / ECONOMICS
The Committee for Perth issued 'Local Economic Competitiveness in Greater Perth'. [Full text]
2. 19 July 18WESTERN AUSTRALIA / ECONOMICS
A transcript of a Q&A session with Treasurer Morrison at the event is online. [Full text]
3. 19 July 18WESTERN AUSTRALIA / ECONOMICS
Treasurer Scott Morrison discussed GST share in a speech to the Chamber of Commerce and Industry WA. [Full text]
4. 16 July 18TASMANIA / PLANNING / ECONOMICS
Minister Fletcher released the first annual progress report for the Launceston City Deal. [Full text]
5. 16 July 18NORTHERN TERRITORY / ECONOMICS
Treasurer Nicole Manison said credit rating agency Moody's re-affirmed the NT's credit rating at Aa2, but changed the outlook to negative. [Full text]
6. 16 July 18NEW SOUTH WALES / ECONOMICS / INDIGENOUS
Ministers Sarah Mitchell and Victor Dominello launched a $10 million program to identify proposals for social impact investments that promote Aboriginal economic development and growth. [Full text]
7. 12 July 18QUEENSLAND / ECONOMICS / TOURISM
Minister Jones said new data shows the tourism industry generates more than $25 billion for Queensland. [Full text]
8. 12 July 18VICTORIA / ECONOMICS
Minister James Merlino said the newly expanded Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre will contribute an additional $167 million the Victorian economy. [Full text]
9. 9 July 18WESTERN AUSTRALIA / ECONOMICS
UDIA WA said the Federal Government's move to set a 70c floor for every state in 2022 will go a long way to ensuring a fairer system for all. [Full text]
10. 9 July 18WESTERN AUSTRALIA / ECONOMICS
Shadow Treasurer Chris Bowen said changes to GST come 12 months too late for WA. [Full text]
11. 9 July 18WESTERN AUSTRALIA / ECONOMICS
Minister Mathias Corman discussed WA's GST payments. [Full text]
12. 9 July 18QUEENSLAND / ECONOMICS
The Chamber of Commerce and Industry Queensland welcomed the announcement of the Federal Government's proposed GST arrangement that no state will be worse off but questioned where the extra money will come from. [Full text]
13. 9 July 18NORTHERN TERRITORY / ECONOMICS
Treasurer Nicole Manison said if the recommendations of the Productivity Commission's report into Horizontal Fiscal Equalisation are adopted they would leave the NT worse off. [Full text]
14. 9 July 18NEW SOUTH WALES / ECONOMICS
Treasurer Dominic Perrottet welcomed the Federal Government's commitment that NSW will not be worse off under proposed GST changes. [Full text]
15. 9 July 18ECONOMICS / INTERNATIONAL
The Department of Industry, Innovation and Science released 'Globalising Australia', analysing Australia's changing position in the global economy. [Full text]
16. 9 July 18ECONOMICS
The PM issued a statement on GST changes via social media. [Full text]
17. 9 July 18ECONOMICS
The Government responded to that report. [Full text]
18. 9 July 18ECONOMICS
The Productivity Commission released a report from its inquiry, 'Horizontal Fiscal Equalisation'. [Full text]
19. 9 July 18INFRASTRUCTURE / ECONOMICS
The Ai Group said its Performance of Construction Index fell 3.4 points to 50.6 in June. [Full text]
20. 9 July 18INFRASTRUCTURE / ECONOMICS
NAB released its Infrastructure Survey. [Full text]
21. 9 July 18INFRASTRUCTURE / ECONOMICS
UTS announced a study into how household economics influences infrastructure spending. [Full text]
22. 9 July 18HOUSING AND PROPERTY / FINANCE / ECONOMICS
Core Logic said changes to foreign investment frameworks have softened declines in commercial real estate. [Full text]
23. 9 July 18HOUSING AND PROPERTY / FINANCE / ECONOMICS
The ABS released 'Household Expenditure Survey and Survey of Income and Housing, User Guide, Australia, 2015-16 (Additional Information)'. [Full text]
24. 9 July 18HOUSING AND PROPERTY / FINANCE / ECONOMICS
Core Logic said data from its June Quarterly Rental Review highlights a general slowdown in the rate of rental growth. [Full text]
25. 9 July 18HOUSING AND PROPERTY / FINANCE / ECONOMICS
The RBA's Alexandra Heath discussed the outlook for the housing market, in a speech to the UDIA. [Full text]
26. 9 July 18HOUSING AND PROPERTY / FINANCE / ECONOMICS
Shadow Minister Doug Cameron said the report provided evidence that well designed tax reform can contribute to improving housing affordability. [Full text]
27. 9 July 18HOUSING AND PROPERTY / FINANCE / ECONOMICS
AHURI released 'Pathways to housing tax reform'. [Full text]
28. 5 July 18SOUTH AUSTRALIA / ECONOMICS
Premier Steven Marshall announced the appointment of members to the new SA Economic Advisory Council. [Full text]
29. 5 July 18NEW SOUTH WALES / HOUSING AND PROPERTY / ECONOMICS
The Urban Taskforce said ABS data indicates flat housing approvals in NSW but falling non-residential approvals. [Full text]
30. 5 July 18NEW SOUTH WALES / ECONOMICS
The Urban Taskforce said the NSW Chief Economist must reform the planning system to boost housing supply. [Full text]
31. 5 July 18NEW SOUTH WALES / ECONOMICS
Stephen Walters has been appointed as the first Chief Economist for NSW. [Full text]
32. 5 July 18ECONOMICS / INTERNATIONAL
The Chamber of Commerce welcomed the announcement. [Full text]
33. 5 July 18ECONOMICS / INTERNATIONAL
Minister Steven Ciobo said Australia has received support to join the WTO Agreement on Government Procurement. [Full text]
34. 5 July 18ECONOMICS
The RBA released the July issue of its Chart Pack, including data on house prices, household finances and building approvals. [Full text]
35. 5 July 18ECONOMICS
The Ai Group said its Performance of Services Index rose 4 points to a record high of 63 in June. [Full text]
36. 5 July 18ECONOMICS
Treasurer Scott Morrison issued information on Budget measures that came into effect this week. [Full text]
37. 5 July 18HOUSING AND PROPERTY / ECONOMICS
Core Logic said almost 90 per cent of residential properties re-sold during the March quarter attracted a gross profit total of $14 billion - the majority of which was generated in Sydney and Melbourne. [Full text]
38. 5 July 18HOUSING AND PROPERTY / ECONOMICS
Core Logic said data shows that dwelling values are falling and fewer transactions are occurring across the housing market. [Full text]
39. 5 July 18HOUSING AND PROPERTY / ECONOMICS
The RBA said that housing credit growth has declined, with investor demand having slowed noticeably. [Full text]
40. 5 July 18HOUSING AND PROPERTY / ECONOMICS
The HIA said the market is cooling for reasons including a slowdown in inward migration, state and federal government constraints on investor finance and falling house prices. [Full text]
41. 5 July 18HOUSING AND PROPERTY / ECONOMICS
The ABS said dwelling approvals weakened in May, driven by a 2.6 per cent fall in private dwellings excluding houses. [Full text]
42. 5 July 18HOUSING AND PROPERTY / ECONOMICS
The ABS released 'Building Approvals, Australia, May 2018'. [Full text]
43. 2 July 18VICTORIA / ECONOMICS
Treasurer Tim Pallas said ABS data shows that Victoria's engineering construction activity increased 48 per cent in the past year, and 19 per cent across the March quarter. [Full text]
44. 2 July 18ECONOMICS / RURAL AND REGIONAL
The Local Government Association called for an agreed national long-term strategy and bipartisan commitment to funding for regions. [Full text]
45. 2 July 18ECONOMICS / RURAL AND REGIONAL
Minister John McVeigh said the report is the result of consultation with regional and rural communities to find best practice approaches to regional economic development and decentralisation. [Full text]
46. 2 July 18ECONOMICS / RURAL AND REGIONAL
The Select Committee on Regional Development and Decentralisation released 'Regions at the Ready: Investing in Australia's Future'. [Full text]
47. 28 June 18VICTORIA / ECONOMICS
Treasurer Tim Pallas said Victoria is maintaining its triple-A rating with international credit agency Moody's Investor Services. [Full text]
48. 25 June 18WESTERN AUSTRALIA / INFRASTRUCTURE / ECONOMICS
CBRE said a $60 billion pipeline of infrastructure projects slated for WA is helping the state's economy recover from the aftermath of the mining boom. [Full text]
49. 25 June 18WESTERN AUSTRALIA / ECONOMICS / INTERNATIONAL
The University of WA and Committee for Perth released a fact sheet, 'Perth's Global Connectivity'. [Full text]
50. 25 June 18ECONOMICS
The Ai Group said the reform will boost to incentives to work, save and invest and help lift the productive capacity of the Australian economy. [Full text]