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    GESB privatisation could have cost $467m

    State Treasurer Troy Buswell has cited potential costs of up to $467 million as a key reason for killing off the privatisation of government employees' superannuation administrator GESB, ending two years of speculation about its future. ...
    GESB privatisation could have cost $467m

    State, industry to address migration

    The Barnett government has joined forces with the Chamber of Commerce and Industry WA and the Chamber of Minerals and Energy to develop a WA skilled migration strategy which will help address the state's looming skills shortage. ...
    State, industry to address migration

    No plan to reduce taxes: Buswell

    Treasurer Troy Buswell says there will be no tax cuts for Western Australians in this year's budget. ...
    No plan to reduce taxes: Buswell

    WAIMR's $9.4m clinical trial facility

    The state's first early phase clinical trials facility opened today paving the way for Western Australia to play a bigger role in delivering new treatments for potentially life-threatening diseases. ...
    WAIMR's $9.4m clinical trial facility

    Barnett to pump up WA in USA

    Premier Colin Barnett is jetting his way to the USA to spruik Western Australia's capabilities as a global energy supplier joining a list of distinguished speakers presenting at one of the world's leading energy policy research forums. ...
    Barnett to pump up WA in USA

    Rock lobster industry favours new system

    The state government is poised to establish an individually transferable quota system for the commercial rock lobster industry after receiving support from the industry's key representative bodies. ...
    Rock lobster industry favours new system

    New tax details for expat workers

    The federal government has announced new administrative rules for expat workers which it claims will ensure they are not subject to double taxation, following last year's crackdown on expat tax concessions. ...
    New tax details for expat workers

    China is the new Japan: economist

    The world's most populous nation, China has become Australia's main export market, displacing Japan which had been in the top spot since 1966-67. ...
    China is the new Japan: economist

    'Buy West Eat Best' brand to grow

    The state government will transfer the popular Buy West Eat Best brand, which has helped consumers easily identify local produce, to industry including WA food growers, manufacturers and retailers. ...
    'Buy West Eat Best' brand to grow

    WA business confidence hits record high

    Business confidence is at a record high in Western Australia, according to a WA Chamber of Commerce and Industry (CCI) survey. ...
    WA business confidence hits record high

    GFC did not affect housing credit: RBA

    The global financial crisis (GFC) did not stop the flow of credit to consumers looking to buy houses, despite the rising cost of funding those loans and tighter lending standards, the Reserve Bank of Australia says. ...
    GFC did not affect housing credit: RBA

    Govt doubles funds for training program

    The federal government has doubled funding for a training program that helps job seekers and existing workers to $50 million. ...
    Govt doubles funds for training program

    State operating deficit at $11m in Jan

    The state government has narrowed its operating deficit to $11 million in January as higher revenue offset increased expenses. ...
    State operating deficit at $11m in Jan

    CCIWA backs $12 minimum wage lift

    The state's peak business lobby group supports a moderate increase in the minimum wage this year and warns that many employers will not be able to afford paying substantially higher wages. ...
    CCIWA backs $12 minimum wage lift

    Malone confident about iiNet's future

    Internet service provider iiNet says it is confident it will succeed in defending an appeal in its legal stoush over illegal downloading and emerge in an even stronger position. ...
    Malone confident about iiNet's future

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