Treasurer's closing statement, G20 Finance Ministers and Central Bank Governors meeting, Washington DC
We've concluded the final working session of the G-20 finance ministers and central bank governors under Australia's presidency.
Thank you Matt and thank you for the invitation to speak.
Today concludes the Cairns meeting of G20 Finance Ministers and Central Bank Governors.
Good afternoon and thank you for your kind invitation to speak at this conference.
Thank you for the invitation to speak to this summit about the critical work Australia is undertaking through its Presidency of the G20 this year.
Thankyou Mike for the very kind introduction.
If we are to unleash the productive capacity of Australia’s economy, create new jobs and unlock innovation, foreign investment is essential.
Thank you, Jennifer, for inviting me to speak today.
And thanks to you all for making this roundtable a priority. I know you are busy people.
For richer, for poorer: What governments can (and cannot) do to grow national prosperity, ANZSOG National Conference, Canberra
I do make a confession: a few years back I had Harry Kewell and he is a very famous soccer player – I didn’t know that at the time, and I walked into a school hall with 1200 kids who were very exci
Well, thank you everyone for coming, particularly to the Premier of NSW Mike Baird, to the Treasurer of NSW Andrew Constance, to all of you as industry representatives and particularly the forme
Making Australia 'Future Ready' Luncheon Address, 2014 Economic and Social Outlook Conference, Melbourne
This year marks the 50th anniversary of The Australian newspaper.
There has been much written and said about the Abbott Government’s first Budget.
Thanks Cassandra. I think I'm mic’d up here.
To my good mate, and I hope he is still my good mate, Tim Nicholls, Treasurer of Queensland, and to all of you ladies and gentlemen, it is a great honour to be here in Brisbane.
Thanks very much Kelly. I feel as though I was just walking into the middle of the MCG, it's a long way.
Well thank you so much Mark. You gave me a whole new angle on the low value threshold I must say and I hear you about workplace relations.
I am delighted to be here today as a guest of the Spectator Magazine.
It is of course 20 years since the establishment of the Reinventing Bretton Woods Committee.
Thank you for your warm welcome.
In turn, let me welcome you to Sydney, my home city and I believe one of the great cities of the world.