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Treasurer responds to concerns over unions at Jobs Summit, Cameron Smith defends LIV Golf decision, and will Vladimir Putin attend Mikhail Gorbachev’s funeral? — as it happened

The federal government’s two-day Jobs and Skills Summit begins in Canberra today.

Wages, workplace conditions, worker shortages and skilled migration will be high on the agenda, as 143 delegates converge from various backgrounds — including the union movement, big businesses, academia and welfare groups.

Prime Minister Anthony Albanese is hoping the summit will mark a new culture of cooperation.

Here’s how he introduced the event yesterday:

Some groups taking part in the summit are concerned that unions may have too much sway, and use the talks for their own benefit.

The federal Liberals had rejected an invitation to attend the summit, which they labelled as a stunt.

Read more at www.abc.net.au

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