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We’re off!

The Summit opens with introductory remarks by and BHP .

Mr Stutchbury urges Australian business and government to take action to emerge on the other side of the coronavirus outbreak in a stronger position than before.

That will require tax reform, investment to boost productivity, and a reliable energy policy, among other measures, he says.

Mr MacKenzie starts on a more introspective note.

“Traditional principles of capitalism have been rightly challenged,” he says.

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“Society’s increased expectations of business has made all of us revisit our purpose and contribution to the world”.

What’s on this morning

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After some welcoming remarks from Financial Review editor-in-chief Michael Stutchbury at 8:15, Scott Morrison will deliver the morning’s opening address.

Following Morrison is – US Donald Trump’s former – with the keynote address.

Financial Review reporter John Kehoe will then moderate a panel on the ‘Big Picture’ for business and government, including Mr Hassatt, Opposition Senate Penny Wong, and Future Fund chairman Peter Costello.

At 10:15, we’ll break for morning tea.

Good morning and welcome

Morning all and welcome to The Australian Financial Review‘s Bussiness Summit. We are Lucas and Bo; we’ll be guiding you through all the days’ events here on the live blog.

You can catch a live stream of the Summit here.

And, if you want to play along at home and on , the hashtag is #AFRSUMMIT.

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