Submissions received by the Committee

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1A/Prof Stuart Pearson (PDF 186 KB) 
2Australian National University (PDF 30 KB) 
3Australian Academy of Science (PDF 842 KB) 
4The Australasian Centre for Rail Innovation (PDF 809 KB) 
5University of Wollongong (PDF 194 KB) 
6ARRB Group Ltd (PDF 415 KB) 
7Australian Nuclear Science and Technology Organisation (PDF 577 KB) 
9University of South Australia (PDF 143 KB) 
10University of Newcastle  (PDF 341 KB) 
11Regional Universities Network (PDF 679 KB) 
12Professor James Guthrie (PDF 168 KB) 
13Charles Sturt University (PDF 333 KB) 
15IP Australia (PDF 330 KB) 
15.1 Supplementary to submission 15 (PDF 126 KB) 
16Australia and New Zealand Banking Group Limited (PDF 161 KB) 
16.1 Supplementary to submission 16 (PDF 106 KB) 
16.2 Supplementary to submission 16 (PDF 48 KB) 
17Australian Centre for International Agricultural Research (PDF 3149 KB) 
18Macquarie University (PDF 471 KB) 
19Victoria University (PDF 69 KB) 
20Curtin University (PDF 7359 KB) 

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About this Committee

The Joint Select Committee on Trade and Investment Growth was established to inquire into and report on any measures to further boost Australia's trade and investment performance, including, but not limited to, barriers to trade; reduction of red tape and structural challenges and opportunities for the Australian community.

As part of its remit, the Committee will investigate how the research and innovation sector can better assist in overcoming Australia’s geographic, economic and labour challenges, with a focus on commercialisation including, how technology imports and exports could be further facilitated.

Past Public Hearings

17 Mar 2016: Canberra
10 Mar 2016: Melbourne
09 Mar 2016: Sydney


Inquiry Status

Report Tabled on 3 May 2016


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