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GOVERNMENT PAPERS-CONSIDERATION

The following Government Papers, tabled earlier this day (see Entry No. 6 above), were considered pursuant to Sessional Order:

Commonwealth Tertiary Education Commission-1985-87 Triennium-Supplementary Advice by the Technical and Further Education Council for 1987-Motion to take note of Paper moved by Senator Teague, debated and agreed to.

Recombinant DNA Monitoring Committee-Annual Report 1984-85-Motion to take note of Paper moved by Senator Harradine.

Ordered-That the debate be adjourned till the next day of sitting.

Industries Assistance Commission-Report on the Power Electronics Industry-Motion to take note of Paper moved by Senator Vigor.

Ordered-That the debate be adjourned till Thursday at General Business.

Industries Assistance Commission-Report on Harmonization of the Customs Tariff-Motion to take note of Paper moved by the Leader of the Opposition in the Senate (Senator Chaney).

Ordered-That the debate be adjourned till the next day of sitting.

Industries Assistance Commission-Reports-

Certain Fluorescent Lamps (Tubes) from the Federal Republic of Germany and Canada (Anti-Dumping).

Textile, Clothing and Footwear Industries.

Outboard Engines.

Certain Knife Blades and Cutlery Blanks (Concessional Arrangements).

Aluminised Steel for the Use in Muffler Components and Exhaust Systems (Concessional Arrangements).

Chemicals and Plastics Industries.

Cultivation Machinery.

Certain Aircraft Parts and Servicing Equipment (Concessional Arrangements).

Crop and Rainfall Insurance.

Motion to take note of Papers moved by the Leader of the Opposition in the Senate (Senator Chaney), debated and agreed to.

Australian National University-Interim Annual Report (Part 1) 1985-Motion to take note of Paper moved by Senator Vigor.

Ordered-That the debate be adjourned till Thursday at General Business.

Pursuant to Sessional Order, consideration of Committee Reports was called on.