Cross Border Economic Cooperation

Posted on Tuesday, March 01, 2011

A meeting was recently held at Southern Cross University between business and government ( local and state) representatives from both sides of the border to identify projects that all parties could work on to increase employment and investment in the regions.

The next steps are dependent upon the newly-formed Destination Tweed enumerating its strategic priorities to CSGC (which already has its clearly set)with a view to identifying areas of future mutual cooperation. If you have thoughts or suggestions on this topic, please contact Jim Wilson, General Manager Connecting Southern Gold Coast on 0755 343 500 or email Jim on

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