The Victorian government has released its Made in Victoria 2030: Manufacturing Statement policy, which outlines its priorities for strengthening sovereign manufacturing, investment attraction, and jobs.
In an announcement on Wednesday, the government cited recent investments in the state by multinationals including:
“This statement provides a clear vision and plan for our advanced manufacturing future – creating jobs and positioning Victoria as a world-leading manufacturing location,” said industry support minister Ben Carroll.
Stated policy aims include adopting new technology, increasing industry engagement, strengthening local supply chains, upskilling the future workforce, creating thriving hubs and precincts, and boosting exports.
The new policy statement can be accessed here.
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