COVID-19 Fiscal and economic review
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The COVID-19 Fiscal and Economic Review provides an update on Queensland’s economic and fiscal estimates over 2019-20 and 2020-21 that incorporate the impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic to date.
- A critical element of the Government’s ongoing focus on supporting business growth will be backing small business, who represent over 97% of businesses across the state and employ 42% of all private sector workers.
- Many thousands of small businesses, particularly in tourism-related and other key services sectors, have been among the hardest hit by COVID-19. Actions to support small business participation in procurement and increase their skills and capability will be critical to help small businesses navigate the crisis, recover, adapt and grow.
- The government’s ongoing efforts to deliver better regulation and reduce the regulatory burden and costs for business will be important to support all businesses, including small business.
State of Queensland (Queensland Treasury) 2020
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7 Sep 2020