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As NSW’s leading business organisation, NSW Business Chamber frequently provides statements and the views of the business community on important policy issues.

NSW Business Chamber maintains a record of statements made by the Chamber on behalf of the NSW business community.


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Export program helps Australian businesses take advantage of new growth opportunities in China
25 March 2015
The NSW Business Chamber, the state’s peak business organisation, is helping small and medium-sized Australian businesses take advantage of significant new growth opportunities in China through its ground-breaking Export Growth China program.
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Employee Share Scheme changes will help start ups compete in global market
25 March 2015
The NSW Business Chamber, the state’s peak business organisation, says changes to the taxation of Employee Share Schemes announced today by the Federal Government will help more Australian start-ups attract and retain staff and compete in the global market.

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Time for NSW unions to support small business
24 March 2015
The NSW Business Chamber, the state’s peak business organisation, has called on the New South Wales union movement to follow South Australia’s lead and support the many cafés, restaurants and shops across NSW that are struggling under the burden of excessive penalty rates.
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NSW Business Chamber releases pre-election scorecard
23 March 2015
The NSW Business Chamber, the state’s peak business organisation, has released its official score card which rates how well the major parties’ policy agendas address the key issues raised by business in the lead-up to the March 28 election.
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Labor must outline plan to secure state's energy future and support jobs in Western Sydney and regio
20 March 2015
The NSW Business Chamber, the state’s peak business organisation, says NSW Labor must put forward a credible plan to address projected gas supply shortages to ensure the future competitiveness of New South Wales industry and support jobs.
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$6 million for regional conference strategy will help boost NSW Visitor Economy
06 March 2015
The Tourism Industry division of the NSW Business Chamber says the Baird Government’s election commitment to invest $6 million to attract more conferences to regional NSW is an important step towards boosting the State’s visitor economy and supporting job creation in regional areas.

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Release of intergenerational report a wake up call
05 March 2015
The State’s peak business organisation, the NSW Business Chamber, says the release of the 2015 Intergenerational Report by the Federal Government makes for sobering reading as it clearly highlights the long term challenges facing our country.
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NSW Business Chamber releases major report calling for wide-ranging reforms to secondary schooling
20 February 2015
The NSW Business Chamber, the state’s peak business organisation, has released a major report on the effectiveness of secondary schooling in New South Wales and called for bi-partisan commitment to wide-ranging reforms to post-Year 10 education and training.
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Labor infrastructure funding plan will make NSW less competitive and cost jobs
19 February 2015
The NSW Business Chamber, the state’s peak business organisation, says NSW Labor’s $10 billion infrastructure funding plan is an attack on small business that will make the state less competitive, hinder economic growth and cost jobs.
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NSW Business Chamber releases ambitious plan to boost Visitor Economy
10 February 2015
The Tourism Industry division of the NSW Business Chamber, the State’s peak business organisation, is calling for both sides of politics to commit to an ambitious, industry-led set of priorities to boost the visitor economy and support job creation in Western Sydney and regional NSW.
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