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NSW to inject $30 million into upskilling small businesses

April 6, 2018 New South Wales SME’s to benefit from $30 million investment in small business upskilling. Deputy Premier, Minister for Skills and Minister for Small Business, John Barilaro joined the Minister responsible for TAFE NSW Adam Marshall yesterday to announce NSW small businesses and their staff now have access to free business skills training thanks to a …

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Profile of Printing Industry rising among WA politicians

April 4, 2018 Momentum continues to build following the successful initiatives of Printing Industries Association of Australia (PIAA) to engage State and Federal politicians in understanding the impact of the energy crisis facing our industry. Industry representations met with WA Government MLC Mr Robin Scott recently.

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Tax cuts critical for printing and packaging industry

March 28, 2018 The Printing Industries Association of Australia expresses its deep disappointment that the Turnbull Government’s proposed tax cuts have been postponed after failing to secure the support of the Senate.
The Printing Industries Association of Australia is a strong supporter of corporate tax relief. Australian businesses unpin all economic activity in Australia. “Taxing profits is a tax on jobs and a tax on economic growth,” says Andrew Macaulay CEO of PIAA.

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SA Election highlights risk for industry and the state

March 22, 2018 The preliminary results are in from the South Australian election last weekend and indications are that it may not be a smooth start for Premier Steven Marshall’s Liberal Party Government.
Inspiration for the change in leadership after 16 years of Labor at the helm appears to have been driven by the Liberal’s aggressive 100-day plan. But the practicality of implementing it may well be stymied by parliament’s upper house.

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