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Honing our competitive instinct

Honing our competitive instinct

Competition is one of the most important factors driving innovation and in turn productivity. In this report, KPMG Australia's Chief Economist Brendan Rynne looks at how Australia can redefine and embrace competition.


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Competition is at the core of improving living standard for Australia, but many of Australia’s businesses and industries are lagging behind international peers. Healthy competition breeds greater innovation and in turn productivity, therefore the foundations for a thriving competitive landscape need to be reset.

This report, Honing our competitive instinct, looks at:

  • why competitive advantage needs an innovative mindset
  • why vested interests that aren’t thriving should cease
  • the impact of the China Australia Free Trade Agreement on productivity, and more.

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KPMG’s experts detail Australia’s productivity status and where attention needs to be directed to improve it.

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