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  • ACTING CHAIR —Welcome. I declare open this fourth public hearing into the matter known as the Multilateral Agreement on Investment. We have already taken valuable evidence on this particular subject from a variety of witnesses in Melbourne and Brisbane as well as here in Canberra and the organisations listed to
    Date: 14/08/1998 - Collection: Committees - ID: committees/commjnt/b0000213.sgm/0003 - Source: Joint
  • ACTING CHAIR —Good morning and welcome. I think we received your submission yesterday afternoon, despite the best efforts of the treaties secretariat. I should acknowledge that that is not a reflection on the department's ability to respond to the committee's request for a submission. I understand that it has had
    Date: 14/08/1998 - Collection: Committees - ID: committees/commjnt/b0000213.sgm/0005 - Source: Joint
  • ACTING CHAIR —Welcome. Thank you for coming. Would you like to make a brief opening statement? Ms Morris —I think we have covered the department's position in the submission. ACTING CHAIR —To borrow the committee chairman's well-used term, I might open the batting on one question that jumps out at
    Date: 14/08/1998 - Collection: Committees - ID: committees/commjnt/b0000213.sgm/0007 - Source: Joint
  • ACTING CHAIR —Welcome. Would you like to make a brief opening statement? Ms Reynolds —Yes. Thank you for having me and for taking an interest in the ACF submission. I presume people have some idea of our concerns. I also sent members of the committee a summarised version of the
    Date: 14/08/1998 - Collection: Committees - ID: committees/commjnt/b0000213.sgm/0009 - Source: Joint
  • ACTING CHAIR —I welcome Ms Filling, representing the Australian Industry Group, formerly the MTIA. Would you like to make a brief opening statement? Ms Filling —Certainly. I will today be addressing the issues that MTIA raised in its submission to the inquiry. As you may be aware, since making our
    Date: 14/08/1998 - Collection: Committees - ID: committees/commjnt/b0000213.sgm/0011 - Source: Joint
  • ACTING CHAIR —Welcome. Would you like to make a brief opening statement? Mr Hamilton —Only the briefest. Our submission says what our position is and nothing has caused us to change it. Broadly, we have no problems in principle with an agreement such as the Multilateral Agreement on Investment. Universities
    Date: 14/08/1998 - Collection: Committees - ID: committees/commjnt/b0000213.sgm/0013 - Source: Joint
  • ACTING CHAIR —Would either or both of you like to make a brief opening statement? Mr Bell —Yes, I would be happy to make a brief opening statement. I am here today, as I say, from the Australian Local Government Association. We are a federation of the state and territory
    Date: 14/08/1998 - Collection: Committees - ID: committees/commjnt/b0000213.sgm/0015 - Source: Joint
  • ACTING CHAIR —Welcome. I declare open this fourth public hearing into the matter known as the Multilateral Agreement on Investment. We have already taken valuable evidence on this particular subject from a variety of witnesses in Melbourne and Brisbane as well as here in Canberra and the organisations listed to
    Date: 14/08/1998 - Collection: Committees - ID: committees/commjnt/b0000213.sgm/0003 - Source: Joint
  • ACTING CHAIR —Good morning and welcome. I think we received your submission yesterday afternoon, despite the best efforts of the treaties secretariat. I should acknowledge that that is not a reflection on the department's ability to respond to the committee's request for a submission. I understand that it has had
    Date: 14/08/1998 - Collection: Committees - ID: committees/commjnt/b0000213.sgm/0005 - Source: Joint
  • ACTING CHAIR —Welcome. Thank you for coming. Would you like to make a brief opening statement? Ms Morris —I think we have covered the department's position in the submission. ACTING CHAIR —To borrow the committee chairman's well-used term, I might open the batting on one question that jumps out at
    Date: 14/08/1998 - Collection: Committees - ID: committees/commjnt/b0000213.sgm/0007 - Source: Joint
  • ACTING CHAIR —Welcome. Would you like to make a brief opening statement? Ms Reynolds —Yes. Thank you for having me and for taking an interest in the ACF submission. I presume people have some idea of our concerns. I also sent members of the committee a summarised version of the
    Date: 14/08/1998 - Collection: Committees - ID: committees/commjnt/b0000213.sgm/0009 - Source: Joint
  • ACTING CHAIR —I welcome Ms Filling, representing the Australian Industry Group, formerly the MTIA. Would you like to make a brief opening statement? Ms Filling —Certainly. I will today be addressing the issues that MTIA raised in its submission to the inquiry. As you may be aware, since making our
    Date: 14/08/1998 - Collection: Committees - ID: committees/commjnt/b0000213.sgm/0011 - Source: Joint
  • ACTING CHAIR —Welcome. Would you like to make a brief opening statement? Mr Hamilton —Only the briefest. Our submission says what our position is and nothing has caused us to change it. Broadly, we have no problems in principle with an agreement such as the Multilateral Agreement on Investment. Universities
    Date: 14/08/1998 - Collection: Committees - ID: committees/commjnt/b0000213.sgm/0013 - Source: Joint
  • ACTING CHAIR —Would either or both of you like to make a brief opening statement? Mr Bell —Yes, I would be happy to make a brief opening statement. I am here today, as I say, from the Australian Local Government Association. We are a federation of the state and territory
    Date: 14/08/1998 - Collection: Committees - ID: committees/commjnt/b0000213.sgm/0015 - Source: Joint
  • ACTING CHAIR —Mr Downey, would you like to make a brief opening statement? Could you also state the capacity in which you are appearing before this committee. Mr Downey —I am appearing as an ordinary private citizen. This presentation is made in the hope that the Australian government now or
    Date: 24/07/1998 - Collection: Committees - ID: committees/commjnt/s0000519.sgm/0004 - Source: Joint
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