Julie Bishop


Julie Bishop is the Australian minister for foreign affairs, responsible over the country’s foreign aid programs. She is also the deputy leader of the Liberal Party, a member of the coalition government led by Prime Minister Tony Abbott, and has served as a member of the parliament since 1998.

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Strengthening revenue collection to help finance economic growth, poverty reduction
26 Nov 2014

Following the recent G-20 Summit in Brisbane, Australian Foreign Minister Julie Bishop writes about the importance of strengthening domestic revenue collection to help finance economic growth and poverty reduction in developing countries, citing Australia's assistance to boost domestic tax collection in Papua New Guinea as an example. A guest commentary.