Committee for the Economic Development of Australia

Committee for the Economic Development of Australia

an independent organisation in Australia for discussion and exchange of ideas on the Australian economy, formed in 1960 and consisting mainly of business leaders and academics. Abbrev.: CEDA

Australian English dictionary. 2014.

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