Premier Steven Marshall will meet with the Prime Minister, the Hon. Malcolm Turnbull, today to discuss job creation opportunities and infrastructure funding.
The Premier is optimistic about South Australia’s relationship with the Federal Government and looks forward to a productive and constructive meeting with the Prime Minister.
“I look forward to having a productive and constructive meeting with the Prime Minister about the opportunities and challenges ahead for South Australia,” said Premier Marshall.
“Job creation and infrastructure are the two priority issues that I look forward to discussing with the Prime Minister, as well as ensuring that South Australia has a key role to play in the rapidly growing space industry.
“One thing is certain – my government will be working to ensure that South Australia’s relationship with the Federal Government is a positive one.
“The failed Labor strategy of just yelling at the federal government has delivered unacceptably slow economic growth and forced young South Australians to head interstate and overseas for job opportunities.
“We are a state that is full of potential and my government is working every day to turn things around, and put South Australia back on track.
“I will be reiterating to the Prime Minister that the Marshall Liberal Government will be unashamedly pro-business in our efforts to reinvigorate the South Australian economy.
“I am determined to ensure that our state is globally recognised as an attractive place to invest and that means working with the Federal Government and leveraging off its commitments here in South Australia.”