Media Statements

12 July, 2019
The Chamber of Commerce and Industry WA welcomes the State Government’s approval of BHP’s Pilbara Expansion Strategic Proposal which unlocks investment and creates WA jobs.
12 July, 2019
WA's business confidence has fallen for the second quarter in a row, sending a clear message – reduce WA’s jobs tax to support business investment and job creation or risk WA's economic recovery.
06 July, 2019
West Australians’ confidence in the economy has rebounded to a six-year high in the June quarter, with a surge in optimism resulting from a re-elected Federal Government and lower interest rates.
17 June, 2019
Western Australian Opposition Leader Liza Harvey’s announced changes to WA Liberal Party policy are out of step with the business community and put the State’s budget repair at risk.
14 June, 2019
CCI is disappointed that the WAIRC has today handed down a $20 per week increase to the state minimum wage or 2.75 per cent, payable from 1 July 2019.
14 June, 2019
CCI today welcomes the passing of the Infrastructure WA Bill 2019 through the Western Australian Parliament.
13 June, 2019
CCI today congratulates the Hon. Liza Harvey MLA for being elected Leader of the Opposition and Leader of the Western Australian Liberal Party.
06 June, 2019
Disciplined spending restraint by the State Government is paying dividends, with Western Australia’s long-term credit rating today revised up by Moody’s from Aa2 to Aa1.
28 May, 2019
CCI welcomes today’s release of the State Government’s STEM strategy to help ensure Western Australia’s future workforce remains at the cutting edge in a globally competitive market.
16 May, 2019
Western Australia’s unemployment rate remains the second highest in the country at 6.1 per cent in trend terms and a full per cent higher than the national rate of 5.1 per cent.
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