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Keynote Speech by The Honourable Gladys Berejiklian MP, Premier of New South Wales

New South Wales, with a population of 8 million and the latest annual growth rate of 3 per cent, is the engine room of the Australian economy. Premier Berejiklian was re-elected in March. She will set out her agenda and outline how NSW has positioned itself as a future-focussed, competitive and well-integrated global leader.

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Ladies and gentlemen,

The Konrad Adenauer Foundation cordially invites you to a keynote speech by

The Honourable Gladys Berejiklian MP, Premier of New South Wales

New South Wales, with a population of 8 million and the latest annual growth rate of 3 per cent, is the engine room of the Australian economy.

Premier Berejiklian was re-elected in March, with her Liberal-National Coalition gaining its third term. The Premier has an ambitious agenda focused on community-centred infrastructure, and transforming the state to be at the centre of health and medtech, science and research, financial services, fintech, aerospace and defence systems and agribusiness and agritech.

As leader of a major economy in the Asia Pacific – the world’s fastest growing economic region – Premier Berejiklian will set out her agenda and outline how NSW has positioned itself as a future-focussed, competitive and well-integrated global leader.

Program

08:30 Doors open and registration

Light refreshments provided

09:00 Welcome remarks and introduction by Dr Gerhard Wahlers

Deputy Secretary General, Department Head, Department European and International Cooperation

09:10 Speech by the Honourable Gladys Berejiklian MP

Premier of New South Wales

09:25 Moderated Q&A session

09:45 Conclusion and networking

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Venue

Akademie der Konrad-Adenauer-Stiftung e.V.
Tiergartenstraße 35,
10785 Berlin
Deutschland

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Publication

Intensivere Beziehungen zur deutschen Wirtschaft: Australische Premierministerin von New South Wales will Wirtschaft und Arbeitsmarkt vorantreiben
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