Wednesday 31 August, 2011 | Tags: Energy Environment and Sustainability
Statement by David Goodwin, CCIQ President Read more.
Thursday 25 August, 2011 | Tags: International Trade
The Department of Immigration and Citizenshipis is undertaking a review of the permanent Employer Sponsored visa categories. The permanent employer sponsored visas review aims to ensure that these visa categories continue to be relevant and responsive to the needs of the Australian labour market, and the Australian economy more generally. Read more.
Wednesday 24 August, 2011 | Tags: Climate Change and Carbon Tax
Modelling suggesting the Queensland economy will not be negatively impacted by the Federal Government’s carbon tax has been labelled by CCIQ as ‘esoteric’ and totally disconnected from the realities of how the Queensland economy operates. Read more.
Tuesday 23 August, 2011 | Tags: Economic Policy
Almost two in three Queensland businesses have been negatively impacted by the ongoing strength of the Australian dollar, the latest Chamber of Commerce & Industry Queensland (CCIQ) research has shown. Read more.
Changes to New Zealand Phytosanitary Certificates issued by the New Zealand Ministry of Agriculture and Forestry (MAF NZ)
Friday 19 August, 2011 | Tags: International Trade
*Changes to New Zealand Phytosanitary Certificates and ICON import conditions. This notice is for AQIS clients who receive Phytosanitary Certificates issued from New Zealand. * Read more.
Monday 15 August, 2011 | Tags: Energy Environment and Sustainability
With energy prices having risen 64 per cent in the last five years, the Chamber of Commerce & Industry Queensland (CCIQ) is calling on the State Government to switch its electricity pricing model and generate savings for consumers and businesses. Read more.
Tuesday 9 August, 2011 | Tags: International Trade
CBF will be hosted in Perth, Australia on the 25‐27 October in conjunction with the Commonwealth Heads of Government Meeting, focusing on the theme - *“Partnering for Global Growth: The Commonwealth, Indian Ocea**n and the Pacific Rim”* Read more.
Tuesday 2 August, 2011
Six months after floods and Cyclone Yasi left 99 per cent of Queensland declared a disaster zone, Queensland businesses are being surveyed about the extent of their recovery and what help they still need. Read more.