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Thursday, 17 May 1973
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Mr BENNETT (SWAN, WESTERN AUSTRALIA) - My question is directed to the Minister representing the AttorneyGeneral. Is there any likelihood of the Government introducing legislation this session dealing with the control of monopolies and the many types of restrictive trade practices? If not, can he inform the House what stage has been reached in the preparation of any such legislation?

Mr ENDERBY (Minister for the Northern Territory) - The matter has not been considered by Cabinet yet. The AttorneyGeneral is, of course, overseas. It is my understanding that he is hopeful of having legislation introduced into the Senate soon after his return. He is hoping, and I am hoping, that it will be considered by Cabinet in time for that to be done.

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