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CUSTOMS TARIFF AMENDMENT BILL (NO. 3) 1984 EXCISE TARIFF AMENDMENT BILL (NO. 2) 1984CUSTOMS TARIFF (COAL EXPORT DUTY) AMENDMENT BILL 1984

Order of the Day read for the adjourned debate on the motion of the Minister for Education and Youth Affairs (Senator Ryan)-That these Bills be now read a second time.

Debate resumed.

Paper: Senator Peter Rae, by leave, laid upon the Table the following Paper: Hot Stamping (Printing) Machines-Customs Tariff-Statutory declaration by Mr I. R. Rodda, Tariff Consultant, dated 25 September 1984.

Senator Peter Rae moved an amendment, viz: At end of motion, add '', but, in relation to the Customs Tariff Amendment Bill (No. 3) 1984, the Senate is firmly of the opinion that the following matter should be referred to the Standing Committee on Industry and Trade: The application of the procedures for the imposition of duty on the importation of hot stamping machines into Australia, with particular reference to the propriety of the administrative action involved in increasing the duty without a report from the Industries Assistance Commission and any associated matters''.

Senator Peter Rae addressing the Chair

Pursuant to Sessional Order, Questions without Notice were called on.