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The Economic Outlook for 2020 with Saul Eslake

The modest data on growth suggests that there still is a mood of uncertainty in the manufacturing industry in Australia despite good employment data. The last couple of weeks have shown that Australia would like to see a change in attitude by the Government on climate change and leadership in infrastructure investment. How will trade develop in 2020 and will we see a continuing of the trade war commenced by the USA? These are all factors which will affect the wellbeing of our plastics industry in the near future.

For stakeholders in the plastics industry, come and listen to Saul Eslake, an eminent thinker,

economist and describer of the factors influencing the Economic Outlook for 2020.

This seminar will cover the Economic Outlook for 2020.


Date/Time: Tuesday morning 3rd December 2019 (breakfast)

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



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

Han Michel, President, SPE: A-NZ Section


8:15 – 9:00 am

The Economic Outlook for 2019

Saul Eslake, Corinna Economic Advisory

9:00 – 9:10 am

Questions and answers

Saul Eslake 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

Han Michel, 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

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

This event is sponsored by:

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