The Queensland Productivity Commission (QPC) provided its Decision Regulatory Impact Statement (RIS) on the Sugar Industry (Real choice in Marketing) Amendment Bill 2015 to the Treasurer on 25 November 2015.…
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MEDIA STATEMENT: Sugar Industry (Real Choice in Marketing) Amendment Bill consultation regulatory impact statement released.
The Queensland Productivity Commission (QPC) has today released the Consultation Regulatory Impact Statement (RIS) on the Sugar Industry (Real Choice in Marketing) Amendment Bill 2015 (Qld). Principal Commissioner Kim Wood…
Submissions are invited from interested parties before 13 November 2015.
The QPC will be holding public hearings to discuss the inquiries into Electricity Pricing and Solar Feed-in Pricing. Public forums will provide interested parties with the opportunity to present evidence…
Revised release date – Consultation RIS
Kim Wood commenced at the QPC on 1 October 2015.
The Solar Issues Paper covers a range of issues on which the Commission is seeking evidence and feedback. Submissions are invited by 23 November 2015.
The Commission has released an Issues Paper to assist individuals and organisations to prepare submissions to the inquiry. This paper outlines: the scope of the inquiry a proposed framework for considering submissions how to make a submission. Participants should not feel that they are restricted to comment only on matters raised in the issues paper. The Commission wishes to receive information and comment on issues that participants consider relevant to the inquiry’s terms of reference. Submissions are invited by 16 November 2015.