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  • E&OE TRANSCRIPT DOORSTOP INTERVIEW FRIDAY, 14 NOVEMBER 2014 CANBERRA SUBJECT/S: G20 ; Sydney Institute speech; Prime Minister David Cameron; Multinational tax evasion; FIFA w orld cup bid; M H17 BILL SHORTEN, LEADER OF THE
    Date: 14/11/2014 - Collection: Media - ID: media/pressrel/3512587 - Source: SHADOW TREASURER - Author: BOWEN, Chris, MP

  • E&OE TRANSCRIPT RADIO INTERVIEW ABC NEWSRADIO WITH MARIUS BENSON MONDAY, 24 FEBRUARY 2014 SUBJECT/S: G20 ; Tax paid by multinational companies; Growth targets; Second Sydney airport at Badgerys Creek. MARIUS BENSON: Chris Bowen, good morning. CHRIS BOWEN, SHADOW
    Date: 24/02/2014 - Collection: Media - ID: media/pressrel/3017295 - Source: SHADOW TREASURER - Author: BOWEN, Chris, MP

  • Prime Minister Treasurer Australia to engage organised labour as G20 president in 2014 MON 05 AUGUST 2013 The Australian Government is very pleased to announce today that ACTU President Gerardine (Ged) Kearney will
    Date: 05/08/2013 - Collection: Media - ID: media/pressrel/2645355 - Source: TREASURER - Author: BOWEN, Chris, MP

  • ROSS GREENWOOD 2GB MONEY NEWS TUESDAY, 23 JULY 2013 SUBJECTS: G20 , the economy, PNG arrangement, debt, Fringe Benefits Tax, car manufacturing industry. ROSS GREENWOOD: We appreciate your time, Chris Bowen. CHRIS BOWEN: My
    Date: 23/07/2013 - Collection: Media - ID: media/pressrel/2616113 - Source: TREASURER - Author: BOWEN, Chris, MP

  • Speers, Sky News www.treasurer.gov.au 22 July 2013 SUBJECTS: Fringe Benefit Tax reforms, economic statement, G20 meeting. DAVID SPEERS: Treasurer Chris Bowen, thanks for your time. CHRIS BOWEN: Thank you, David SPEERS: The Opposition Leader says this measure will
    Date: 22/07/2013 - Collection: Media - ID: media/pressrel/2611790 - Source: TREASURER - Author: BOWEN, Chris, MP

  • with David Lipson, SKY AM Agenda www.treasurer.gov.au 20 July 2013 SUBJECTS: Immigration, government advertising, G20 talks, global economy, Chinese currency, Fringe Benefits Tax DAVID LIPSON: How much is this going to cost Australia? CHRIS BOWEN: Well, firstly, David,
    Date: 20/07/2013 - Collection: Media - ID: media/pressrel/2611787 - Source: TREASURER - Author: BOWEN, Chris, MP

  • CHRIS BOWEN MP Treasurer Media Release www.treasurer.gov.au 18 July 2013 G20 FINANCE MINISTERS TO MEET IN MOSCOW Today I depart for the G20 Finance Ministers and Central Bank Governors’ meeting and a joint
    Date: 18/07/2013 - Collection: Media - ID: media/pressrel/2609489 - Source: TREASURER - Author: BOWEN, Chris, MP

  • ABC NEWSRADIO WEDNESDAY, 30 SEPTEMBER 2009 SUBJECTS: Executive remuneration, Productivity Commission, shareholder engagement, G20 , APRA STEVE CHASE: Mr Bowen, what is the Government's initial response to what is after all a draft report? CHRIS BOWEN: Well
    Date: 30/09/2009 - Collection: Media - ID: media/pressrel/KOTU6 - Source: MINISTER FOR FINANCIAL SE... - Author: BOWEN, Chris, MP

  • nothing… BOWEN: Absolutely. KELLY: Australia has been at the forefront of this at the G20 . BOWEN: Well, what we‟ve been doing is a lot of talking. The Labor Party has, again Fran, a detailed policy on the
    Date: 25/01/2016 - Collection: Media - ID: media/pressrel/4319970 - Source: SHADOW TREASURER - Author: BOWEN, Chris, MP

  • calling for greater engagement with the region. But the two are not mutually exclusive are they?   BOWEN: Well no, I do think in all fairness Scott Morrison has made a misjudgement in those statements. I don’t think that international engagement is an optional extra for a Treasurer in the modern era. It’s actually more important than ever before. Wayne Swan found that in the Global Financial Crisis, his international engagement was vital. Peter Costello in the Asian financial crisis as well. I always gave full bipartisan support to Joe Hockey’s international engagement, always supported his efforts. I don’t think it’s an optional extra, the Treasurer, the Governor of the IMF, the World Bank, the process of democratising those institutions and making them more broadly representative of the world’s economy is still underdone. And again there has been a  long tradition, Wayne Swan, Joe Hockey in addressing that and I wouldn’t like to see that lost under the new Treasurer, so I would encourage him to reconsider that approach.   KELLY: Now in your speech today you’re talking about the importance of the region, it’s going to be the new economic driver, and we need to be engaged with it. That’s a bit rich isn’t it, considering this government has gone out and struck free trade agreements with China, South Korea and Japan, and if anything Labor is holding up the China Free Trade Agreement.   BOWEN: No, I’m talking about the approach that a Shorten Labor Government will take. That we live in the world’s fastest growing region and better integration is vital going forward, so I’ve suggested two things today, I will suggest two things in this speech today as examples. One is a focus on APEC. APEC has sort of fallen off the international agenda a little bit, the  G20 , which is a vital institution, has taken up some of the bandwidth of international engagement. I think we need to refocus a little bit from an economic point of view on APEC and that the Finance Minister’s meeting for APEC is vital and I would pursue better financial liberalisation across our region through APEC, trying to put APEC back on our agenda. And secondly, a focus on some other countries as well in our region, for example Indonesia, currently the world’s ninth largest economy, they’re going to be the fifth largest economy in the world by 2030, they’re going to overtake Germany, France, Russia, just on our doorstop. We need to really need to lift engagement with ASEAN, Indonesia, from an economic point of view very dramatically as well.   KELLY: Isn’t the China Free Trade Agreement in a sense the jewel in the crown of trying to boost trade with the region, and here is Labor in a sense talking it down, putting negative clouds around it?   BOWEN: We’ve made it very very clear Fran, that we want to see the China Free Trade Agreement ratified, that we want to see it in place. We have concerns, very genuine concerns, about the labour market testing. Look the Government has conflated immigration policy with free trade. I think that’s an error. Free trade, I’m a very strong supporter of free trade, but they shouldn’t be conflated with immigration policy ­   KELLY: Well that’s what they say you’re doing.   BOWEN: Well, no the Government has conflated them in this free trade agreement. Now we’re
    Date: 25/09/2015 - Collection: Media - ID: media/pressrel/4096155 - Source: SHADOW TREASURER - Author: BOWEN, Chris, MP

  • in the way that some larger multinationals do. That's desperately unfair. We have worked damn hard through the G20 and with the OECD, to have global integrity measures in place. And we are working with them on a continuing basis. That is
    Date: 06/05/2015 - Collection: Media - ID: media/pressrel/3814190 - Source: SHADOW TREASURER - Author: BOWEN, Chris, MP

  • do so. That’s not an unreasonable request. This is in line with the OECD’s work, it’s in line with the G20 work. We want to see Australia being, not necessarily leading that way, but we want Australia to be right up there, engaging in
    Date: 02/03/2015 - Collection: Media - ID: media/pressrel/3688870 - Source: SHADOW TREASURER - Author: BOWEN, Chris, MP

  • needs to be a global response. Do you agree? BOWEN: Of course it is better through the G20 and OECD for Australia to be working with our colleagues around the world, but you don’t have a false choice here. You can
    Date: 09/12/2014 - Collection: Media - ID: media/pressrel/3552394 - Source: SHADOW TREASURER - Author: BOWEN, Chris, MP

  • I don't. Absolutely not. ABC Insiders, 16 November 2014 The Treasurer said G20 was about “about how we are going to ensure that our children have jobs in the future” and was not about climate change.
    Date: 16/11/2014 - Collection: Media - ID: media/pressrel/3510894 - Source: SHADOW TREASURER - Author: BOWEN, Chris, MP

  • non-mining sectors to grow to make up for falling mining investment. The Treasurer likes to lecture other G20 countries on their growth plans, but clearly there was no growth plan contained in the Treasurer’s first Budget for the Australian economy. WEDNESDAY,
    Date: 15/10/2014 - Collection: Media - ID: media/pressrel/3449447 - Source: SHADOW TREASURER - Author: BOWEN, Chris, MP

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