The Standing Committee on Economics is appointed under Standing Order 215.
The Committee may inquire into and report on any matter referred to it by either the House or a Minister, including any pre-legislation proposal, bill, motion, petition, vote or expenditure, other financial matter, report or document.
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The House Standing Committee on Economics will conduct an inquiry into the implications of removing refundable franking credits.
On 27 March 2018, the Treasurer, the Hon Scott Morrison MP, asked the Committee to inquire into and report on impediments to business investment in Australia.
The Standing Committee on Economics will inquire into and report on a review of Australia's four major banks.
The Standing Committee on Economics, which can inquire into and report on any annual reports referred to it by the House of Representatives, has agreed to undertake an inquiry into the 2018 Annual Report of the Reserve Bank of Australia.
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