The cost of doing business has gone up.

A growing number of businesses are struggling to keep up with the increased demand for services and equipment.

They are struggling with the increasing costs of renting and maintaining office space.

Some are looking at closing.

Some businesses are just trying to survive.

And the government wants you to know it.

The Turnbull Government is setting out plans to tackle the “cash flow boom” by increasing the threshold for capital gains tax concessions, the amount that is allowed in capital gains, and extending some of the tax benefits that businesses can claim.

It is also expanding the tax base.

What is the cash flow boom?

The growth of business is fuelled by increased demand from the global economy.

Australia’s economy has been expanding for a decade and it is expected to continue for at least another decade.

The world economy is expected grow at a rate of 7.5 per cent this year and is expected by many to grow further.

This has been driven by the fact that more people are living longer, there is a growing middle class and there are more women working.

But it has also meant a growing demand for goods and services.

For instance, the increase in demand for electronic goods is one of the key drivers of the rise in capital goods.

A new report from the Australian Bureau of Statistics (ABS) says Australia has a $10 billion trade surplus in electronic products and services with overseas markets.