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Future prosperity for Australian industry and working families relies on our ability to innovate, build our skills base, undertake research and development, and improve productivity. Taking action on climate change and driving investment in low emissions technologies will also support Australian jobs and diversify the Australian economy.
Representatives from the Australian, Victorian and South Australian Governments met with automotive industry leaders, including representatives from Holden, Toyota and Ford, component manufactures, industry associations and union leaders to discuss the future of Australia’s automotive industry.
The Clean Energy Map is an online, map-based tool that brings together Australian Government initiatives that are helping shape Australia's clean energy transformation.
The Gillard Government will bring forward $160 million in Clean Technology Investment Program funding to 2014-15 to increase manufacturing investment and boost productivity and competitiveness.
A $1 billion investment in boosting Australian innovation, productivity and competitiveness will generate business opportunities and economic growth for the future, as part of the Gillard Government’s plan to support and create jobs.