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Regional development: the role of governments

  • Year: 2002
  • Author: Australian Chamber of Commerce and Industry
  • Journal Name: ACCI Review
  • Journal Number: 93
  • Country: Australia

In early 2003 the Federal Government will receive a major report on regional business performance and impediments to employment and enterprise growth in regional Australia. This is a major opportunity to draw together into an integrated plan for the regions the key drivers for regional development. Amongst the central issues the report must deal with is the role of governments in fostering the growth of regional businesses.

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