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GETTING ON WITH BUSINESS 2019: Australia’s largest business network launches policy manifesto for the next Federal Government

07 May 2019

The Australian Chamber of Commerce and Industry today launched its policy recommendations...

Labor’s proposed changes to temporary skilled migration impose big costs on small business

23 Apr 2019

Labor’s announced changes to temporary skilled visas will impose big cost increases...

More co-ordinated approach to population planning is welcome

20 Mar 2019

We urge the government to go a step further than what was announced today and commit to develop, through the...

Economic own goal: evidence does not justify Government cuts to migration

19 Mar 2019

The reduction in permanent migration announced by the Government today is not justified by the evidence, Australia’s largest network of...

Focus on working holidaymakers welcome

14 Mar 2019

Australia’s peak body of tourism organisations, the Australian Chamber-Tourism welcomes reports today that the Government has announced a new campaign...

Australia’s temporary skilled visa system no longer fit for purpose and must be fixed

07 Mar 2019

Australia’s temporary skilled visa system is no longer effective in targeting genuine...

The Australian Chamber of Commerce and Industry’s New Year’s Resolution

28 Dec 2018

In this upcoming Federal Election year, the Australian Chamber of Commerce and Industry’s New Year resolution is to convince the...

Migration works for all of us

11 Dec 2018

“The Australian Chamber of Commerce and Industry believes there needs to be a greater focus in the current debate on...

Migration positive story welcome

19 Oct 2018

"We are pleased Minister Coleman has acknowledged the important role employer-sponsored migration plays in solving the skills and labour shortages...

Promote regional migration but not at expense of city-based jobs

09 Oct 2018

“There is no doubt we need better infrastructure planning to cope with growth and alleviate congestion,” Australian Chamber CEO, James...

Business welcomes new Ministry

26 Aug 2018

The Australian Chamber of Commerce and Industry, the country’s largest business group, has today welcomed the announcement of the new Ministry...

No time to lose: Business calls for action from new Prime Minister

24 Aug 2018

Australia's largest business lobby group, the Australian Chamber, today congratulates Scott Morrison on his appointment as Prime Minister of Australia,...

Business grasps the reality of the debate on Migration

07 Aug 2018

Skilled migration is a critical element in supporting economic growth and business is absolutely up for the debate about its...

Calls to cut temporary work visa numbers play on unfounded fears

16 Apr 2018

Inflating concerns around temporary work visa numbers is a cynical move by the ACTU to play on unfounded fears that...

Business worried by falls in migration

13 Apr 2018

"Over the last five years business has watched, with increasing dismay, both Labor and Coalition governments tighten the screws on...

Immigration a resounding positive for business and communities

27 Feb 2018

Migration changes will help build community support

20 Apr 2017

Australian businesses rely on access to skilled workers from abroad to fill local shortfalls, but the success of the skilled...

Australian Chamber Business Breakfast with Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull MP

19 Apr 2017

Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull addressed an Australian Chamber business breakfast in Canberra, to explain changes to migration policy. 

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