Queensland State Budget address 2021

Queensland State Budget address 2021

QLD
Jun 21
At this annual CEDA event the Treasurer details the State’s Budget, highlights government priorities and investment, and responds to post budget analysis and your questions. 
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Speakers

The Hon. Cameron Dick MP, Treasurer of Queensland , Minister for Investment

Event Overview

With state-wide implications across sectors, the Budget sets forward the State Government’s direction for growth and economic development. 

Join colleagues, guests and CEDA’s audience of leaders from across business and industry, and across the State to hear the rationale behind budget decisions and the forward strategies that will determine Queensland’s growth and success.

 

Meet the speaker

The Hon. Cameron Dick MP
Treasurer of Queensland , Minister for Investment

Cameron has previously served Queensland as the State’s Attorney-General, Minister for Industrial Relations, Minister for Education, Minister for Health and Ambulance Services, Minister for State Development and Minister for Manufacturing. As Treasurer and a member of the Palaszczuk Government’s leadership team, Cameron is responsible for driving economic growth and job creation across the state. He also helps lead the recovery and reconstruction of Queensland following natural disaster events as the Minister responsible for the Queensland Reconstruction Authority.

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