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The Economic Outlook for 2019

Updated: Feb 5, 2019

The recent economic data for Australia show a dip in unemployment and a cautioning for the 2019 growth rate of the economy. House prices in Sydney and Melbourne are dropping. Donald Trump is playing with fire by putting up barriers for trade. Where will it lead Australia for 2019 and what are the signs for our manufacturing industry when looking ahead?

This seminar will cover the Economic Outlook for 2019.

Tuesday morning breakfast 27th November 2018.

Kooyong Lawn Tennis Club, 489 Glenferrie Road, Kooyong, Victoria 3144

The seminar program is as follows:

7:00 am to 7:30 am Registration and coffee/tea 7:30 – 7:35 am Welcome and opening remarks Han Michel, Event coordinator, SPE: A-NZ Section 7:35 – 8:10 am Hot breakfast 8:10 – 8:15 am Introduction of speaker Russell Speight, President, SPE: A-NZ Section

8:15 – 9:00 am The Economic Outlook for 2019 David De Garis, Director and Senior Economist, National Australia Bank 9:00 – 9:10 am Questions and answers David de Garis facilitated by Han Michel 9:10 – 9:20 am Vote of thanks to the speaker on behalf of the sponsor Alex Hofmann, BASF Australia 9:20– 9:25 am SPE: A-NZ announcements Russell Speight, President, SPE: A-NZ Section 9:25 – 9:30 am Closing remarks Han Michel, Event coordinator, SPE: A-NZ Section

Please note that all public parking is at the Sir Zelman Cowen Park which is located next to the Vision Australia complex, opposite the Kooyong Lawn Tennis Club stadium. Melways map reference 59 C3

This event is sponsored by:

Cancellation policy: No refunds within seven days of the event.

The seminar organisers retain the right to change the program without notice.

For further information contact Han Michel, 0416 168 255 or email:

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