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Media Statements

Forthcoming departure of Western Australian Treasurer
Chris Rodwell CCIWA Chief Executive Officer With today’s unexpected news that the Hon. Ben Wyatt MLA will not contest the next election, Western Australia will...
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Scrutiny must be applied to rushed industrial manslaughter provisions
Chris Rodwell CCIWA Chief Executive Officer The Workplace Health and Safety Bill before the WA Parliament today was premised on the harmonisation of workplace settings...
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Tourism set for red tape tangle
Chris Rodwell CCIWA Chief Executive Officer Western Australia would become the only state saddling Airbnb and other short-stay accommodation platforms with onerous and unnecessary regulations...
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WA Government tourism initiative welcomed
Chris Rodwell CCIWA Chief Executive Officer The Chamber of Commerce and Industry WA (CCIWA) has welcomed the State Government’s announcement today of a further $10...
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WA economy in desperate need of a reform wave
Aaron Morey CCIWA Chief Economist Western Australia’s economy begins the decade with weak business and dwelling investment, a contracting domestic economy and subdued economic activity.
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Consumer strike continues to hit business confidence
The slowdown in consumer spending has continued to weigh on business confidence, reinforcing concerns that Western Australia’s economy has entered the new decade in ‘survival...
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CCIWA announces Nicolle Jenkins as President
The Chamber of Commerce and Industry WA (CCIWA) is pleased to confirm the election of Nicolle Jenkins as President and Marcus Stafford AM as Vice...
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WA households limp into 2020
West Australians are limping across the finish line of 2019, ending the decade with subdued confidence and personal finances impacted by external factors.
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Debt discipline key to WA’s recovery
West Australians knew they were getting a surplus for Christmas, but $2.6 billion is a welcome bonus when growth and confidence in the economy are...
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CCIWA announces Aaron Morey as Chief Economist
The Chamber of Commerce and Industry WA (CCIWA) is today pleased to announce the appointment of Aaron Morey as its new Chief Economist, effective 6...
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WA economy on a treadmill
Today’s economic growth figures reveal Western Australia’s domestic economy has operated on a treadmill of low growth for the past year, reflecting the need for...
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Senate rejection a slap in the face for WA small business
The rejection of the Ensuring Integrity Bill is a blow to the rule of law in Australia and a white flag to corruption and law-breaking....
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