Premiers fight back

Nahan, Mike
September 1994
IPA Review;1994, Vol. 47 Issue 2, p37
Reports on the Council of Australian Governments meeting in Darwin, Australia on August 1994. Issues of competition policy and duplication in the agenda; Implementation of a national competition policy based on the Hilmer Report; Failure of the meeting.


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