Terms of reference
inquire into and report on the National Competition Policy, including:
(a) its socio-economic consequences, including benefits and costs, on:
(ii) changed working conditions,
(v) social dislocation, and
(b) the impact on urban
and rural and regional communities;
(c) its relationship with other micro-economic
reform policies; and
(d) clarification of the definition of public interest
and its role in the National Competition process.
committee has power to consider and use for its purposes the records of the Select
Committee on the Socio-Economic Consequences of the National Competition Policy
appointed in the previous Parliament.
is to report on or before 30 June 1999.
invites any interested person or organisation wishing to express or submit additional
views on matters related to this subject to lodge a written submission with:
Senate Select Committee on the Socio-Economic
Consequences of the National Competition Policy
about the committee and its inquiry can be obtained by contacting the Senior Clerk
of Committees on (02) 6277 3506 or email on email@example.com.
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