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Australian Federal Budget Summary, 2024-25

15 May 2024

Big-ticket spending designed to remake Australia

Key points

  • Reforms to transform manufacturing and construction
  • Turbocharging the clean energy workforce
  • Changes to apprentice incentives
  • Projects to boost women in non-traditional trades

The Federal Budget has delivered a raft of workforce and training initiatives that are designed to drive Australia’s capacity to undertake some transformative national projects.

These include building 1.2 million homes, embarking on the ‘Future Made in Australia’ project, and driving a clean energy transition to net zero.

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