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.
New survey reveals small business budget wish list
14 April 2015
Increasing the threshold for assets that can be instantly written off has topped the wish list for small business ahead of the upcoming Federal Budget, a NSW Business Chamber survey of almost 700 businesses has revealed.
Decreased gas demand equals job losses
13 April 2015
The NSW Business Chamber says the New South Wales gas market forecasts released by the Australian Energy Market Operator (AEMO) confirms that failing to bring additional gas supply into the NSW market will drive up gas prices and result in job losses.
Energy White Paper calls for state action on gas
09 April 2015
The NSW Business Chamber, the state’s peak business organisation, says the Federal Government’s Energy White Paper supports the Chamber’s calls for NSW to urgently implement its Gas Plan to deliver additional gas supply to NSW consumers.
Federal Government fails to consult on costly payroll reforms
31 March 2015
The NSW Business Chamber, the state’s peak business organisation, says the Federal Government has failed to properly consult the business community on its Single Touch Payroll proposal which could cost billions of dollars and significantly roll back the Government’s progress on red tape reduction.
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.
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.