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Wednesday, 29 November 2000
Page: 20147

Senator TROETH (Parliamentary Secretary to the Minister for Agriculture, Fisheries and Forestry) (4:18 PM) —I am advised that each industry has its own industry advisory committee, which has a very broad base. The sorts of people who are on industry advisory committees are not only growers but also processors and transporters, so that the industry advisory committee is as wide as possible. Although those industry advisory committees will not be directly represented on the board, they advise and can consult with the board as to the way in which industry plans can be implemented. So there is certainly direct input, even though they will not be directly represented on the board.