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Commonwealth Government Australian Securities and Investments Commission (ASIC)
ASIC is an independent Australian Government body established to administer the Australian Securities and Investments Commission Act, under which it regulates Australian companies, financial markets, financial services organisations and professionals who deal and advise in investments, superannuation, insurance, deposit taking and credit
Commonwealth Government Business and industry (Australian Government)
Links to Australian Government web sites relating to business and industry
Commonwealth Government Business consultation website
Australian Government initiative offering businesses and individuals more opportunities to be consulted about government policies and regulations that may affect them. Register to receive notifications of new public consultations that are posted to the site by government agencies
Commonwealth Government business.gov.au
Australian Government portal providing access to whole-of-government information and online transactions relating to planning, starting, and running a business
State Government business.tas.gov.au
Business.tas.gov.au has all your business needs in one place. You’ll find help with getting on line, tips on employing people, links to business registrations, news on grants and funding, open government tenders ...
Commonwealth Government Businesses (Australian Government)
Links to Australian Government web sites providing information and resources for businesses
State Government Department of Economic Development, Tourism and the Arts
Web site of the Tasmanian Department of Economic Development, Tourism and the Arts, responsible for assisting business and industry development, and the first point of contact for companies wishing to establish, relocate, diversify or expand business in Tasmania
State Government Digital Ready for Retail Seminar
Free Tasmanian Government one-day seminar to be run in Hobart and Launceston on Tuesday 20 and Wednesday 21 August 2013. Includes registration forms
State Government Economic Development (Department of Economic Development, Tourism and the Arts)
Website of the Economic Development section of the Tasmanian Government Department of Economic Development, Tourism and the Arts. The site provides access to information on the department's activities relating to such areas as enterprise development, investment opportunities, regional development, and industry sector support
State Government Economic Development Plan (Tasmania)
The Tasmanian Government Plan establishes a clear purpose and four goals to guide a whole-of-government effort. The Economic Development Plan (EDP) is a holistic framework for the entire government to be deployed across agencies so that actions can be coordinated and better outcomes achieved
State Government Economic Policy Branch (Treasury and Finance)
The Economic Policy Branch of the Department of Treasury and Finance monitors trends in the Tasmanian economy and provides economic policy advice to the Government. A range of publications on Tasmania's economic conditions are available on the Branch website, including the Tasmanian Economic Indicators
Commonwealth Government Economy, money and tax (Australian Government)
Links to Australian Government web sites relating to the economy, money and taxation
Commonwealth Government GovForms (business.gov.au)
GovForms (formerly Transaction manager) is a single entry point for businesses to quickly and conveniently find, manage and complete forms online for all levels of government, from registering for an ABN, applying for licences, to paying your rates
Commonwealth Government Productivity Commission
The Productivity Commission is the Australian Government's principal review and advisory body on microeconomic policy and regulation
State Government Tasmanian Red Tape Action Plan
The Department of Economic Development, Tourism and the Arts (DEDTA) has commissioned Stenning and Associates to undertake a study to measure red tape burdens faced by Tasmanian businesses
Commonwealth Government Treasury
Web site of the Australian Government department of the Treasury

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