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  • Date: 27/11/1997 - Collection: Committees - ID: committees/commsen/a0000042.sgm/0000 - Source: Senate
  • SENATE ECONOMICS REFERENCES COMMITTEE Outworking in the garment industry CANBERRA Thursday, 27 November 1997 Present Senator Jacinta Collins (Chair) Senator George Campbell Senator Heffernan Senator Chapman Senator Murray Senator Ferguson The committee met at 3.39 p.m. Senator Jacinta Collins took the chair.
    Date: 27/11/1997 - Collection: Committees - ID: committees/commsen/a0000042.sgm/0001 - Source: Senate
  • CHAIR —I call the committee to order and declare open this review hearing of the Senate Economics Reference Committee. The purpose of today's hearing is to undertake a review of the situations of outworkers in the garment industry, in accordance with the committee's report last year. Today's meeting is a
    Date: 27/11/1997 - Collection: Committees - ID: committees/commsen/a0000042.sgm/0002 - Source: Senate
  • CAPELIN , Mr Timothy Charles, Chief Manager—Litigation, Australian Business Chamber, 140 Arthur Street, North Sydney, New South Wales RENWICK , Ms Samantha, TCF Industrial Advocate, Australian Business Chamber, 140 Arthur Street, North Sydney, New South Wales NAYLOR , Mr Phillip Gordon, Chief Executive Officer, Australian Retailers Association, 20 York Street,
    Date: 27/11/1997 - Collection: Committees - ID: committees/commsen/a0000042.sgm/0003 - Source: Senate
  • CHAIR —Welcome, Mr Naylor, I invite you to make an opening statement. Two key areas that we have been focusing on are progress with respect to voluntary arrangements to do with the situation regarding outworkers and—and you may like to focus on it—developments there with respect to retailers. Mr Naylor
    Date: 27/11/1997 - Collection: Committees - ID: committees/commsen/a0000042.sgm/0004 - Source: Senate
  • Date: 24/10/1997 - Collection: Committees - ID: committees/commsen/c0000003.sgm/0000 - Source: Senate
  • SENATE ECONOMICS REFERENCES COMMITTEE Promoting Australian industry CANBERRA Friday, 24 October 1997 Present Committee members Senator Jacinta Collins (Chair) Senator Bishop Senator Ferguson Senator George Campbell Senator Mackay The committee met at 8.36 a.m. Senator Jacinta Collins took the chair.
    Date: 24/10/1997 - Collection: Committees - ID: committees/commsen/c0000003.sgm/0001 - Source: Senate
  • CHAIR —Welcome. Today the committee continues its inquiry into industry policy. This matter was referred to the committee by the Senate on 11 December 1996. In the initial stage of the inquiry the committee focused on the automotive, pharmaceutical and wine industries and visited Adelaide for the purpose of holding
    Date: 24/10/1997 - Collection: Committees - ID: committees/commsen/c0000003.sgm/0002 - Source: Senate
  • WRIGHT , Mr James, Head of Division, Industry Policy Division, Department of Industry, Science and Tourism, 20 Allara Street, Canberra, Australian Capital Territory 2601 YAP , Mr Hian, Manager, Industry Policy Section, Department of Industry, Science and Tourism, 20 Allara Street, Canberra, Australian Capital Territory
    Date: 24/10/1997 - Collection: Committees - ID: committees/commsen/c0000003.sgm/0003 - Source: Senate
  • CHAIR —I now invite you to make an opening statement and at the conclusion of such I will invite the committee to ask questions of you. Mr Wright —The Department of Industry, Science and Tourism forwarded a submission to the committee on 10 October in which we attempted to address
    Date: 24/10/1997 - Collection: Committees - ID: committees/commsen/c0000003.sgm/0004 - Source: Senate
  • BROWN , Mr Nicolas, Director, Trade and Economic Analysis Branch, Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade, R.G. Casey Building, Brisbane Avenue, Barton, Australian Capital Territory 2600 CARNEY , Mr Michael, Director, Industrials/Market Access, Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade, R.G. Casey Building, Brisbane Avenue, Barton, Australian Capital Territory 2600 CRAWFORD
    Date: 24/10/1997 - Collection: Committees - ID: committees/commsen/c0000003.sgm/0005 - Source: Senate
  • CHAIR —I welcome officers from the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade and Austrade. We have had your submissions before us. Ms Fayle, would you like to start with an opening statement? Ms Fayle —Austrade has provided a submission; in the department's case, we have merely provided you with a
    Date: 24/10/1997 - Collection: Committees - ID: committees/commsen/c0000003.sgm/0006 - Source: Senate
  • HEARN , Dr Simon, First Assistant Secretary, Corporate Policy Division, Department of Primary Industries and Energy, Edmund Barton Building, Barton, Australian Capital Territory 2601 LEKAWSKI , Mr Edward, Acting Assistant Secretary, Microeconomic Reform Branch, Corporate Policy Division, Department of Primary Industries and Energy, Edmund Barton Building, Barton, Australian Capital Territory
    Date: 24/10/1997 - Collection: Committees - ID: committees/commsen/c0000003.sgm/0007 - Source: Senate
  • CHAIR —I would like to commend you on your submission to our inquiry. It is very timely and comprehensive in dealing with its terms of reference. This is one of the reasons we included you on today's agenda when we had a window of time. I invite you to make
    Date: 24/10/1997 - Collection: Committees - ID: committees/commsen/c0000003.sgm/0008 - Source: Senate
  • MARSH , Dr Ian, Australian Graduate School of Management, University of New South Wales, PO Box 1, Kensington, New South Wales
    Date: 24/10/1997 - Collection: Committees - ID: committees/commsen/c0000003.sgm/0009 - Source: Senate
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