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    Appt Deputy Chair Qld Competition Authority
    The Queensland Competition Authority (QCA) is the State’s independent economic regulator consisting of members appointed by the Governor in Council. It is established under the Queensland Competition Authority Act 1997 (the QCA Act) as Queensland’s economic regulator to facilitate amongst other things, monopoly prices oversight and third party access regulation across a number of industries. It

    Competition Policy Review Final Report - Qld Government Response
    The Final Report of the Competition Policy Review was released in March 2015. The Review was the first overall examination of Australian competition policy since the Hilmer Review in 1994. The Report contains 56 recommendations covering competition policy, competition institutions and competition laws. The recommendations cover both Commonwealth and State and Territory actions and legislative a

    Queensland Productivity Commission Bill 2015
    While the current interim Queensland Productivity Commission (the Commission) has been operating since May 2015 as a public service office in the Treasury portfolio, the Queensland Productivity Commission Bill 2015 establishes the Commission as an independent statutory body to formalise its operational independence from Government. The establishment of the Commission was a key election commitment

    Appointments to Queensland Competition Authority Board
    The Queensland Competition Authority (QCA) is an independent statutory authority consisting of members appointed by the Governor in Council. It is established under the Queensland Competition Authority Act 1997 (QCA Act). As the State’s independent economic regulator, the QCA’s primary role is to ensure monopoly businesses operating in Queensland, particularly in the provision of key infrastruct

    Government response - Queensland Competition Authority report on Aquaculture Regulation
    Over the past decade, growth of the aquaculture industry in Queensland has stagnated with no new major entrants to the industry and only three significant pond farm expansions being approved. The Queensland aquaculture industry contends that new investment in the sector is being discouraged by a complex and protracted regulatory framework, with no certainty about the outcome. In September 2013, t

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    12 May, 2016

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