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The Australian Government has asked the Productivity Commission (the Commission) to undertake a broad-ranging inquiry into public infrastructure, comprising two broad streams of work:the provision, funding, and financing of major public infrastructure the scope for reducing the costs associated with such infrastructure.
This report examines the effectiveness and efficiency of the current economic regulation and quality of service monitoring regime for airports and whether new arrangements are needed.
In 2006, the Productivity Commission conducted a review of the regulatory arrangements for pricing airport services. The review...
This paper introduces the Productivity Commission's inquiry into public support for Australia’s automotive manufacturing industry, including motor vehicle and automotive component production, and invites readers to make submissions.
It contains and outlines:the scope of the Review the Commission’s procedures matters about which...
This report presents potential options for government assistance to the automotive manufacturing industry and invites readers to make submissions.
Key points:Australia’s automotive manufacturing industry is undergoing significant change. Ford and Holden announced their manufacturing plants will close by 2016 and 2017...
The Productivity Commission's annual Report on Government Services devotes particular attention to mainstream services delivered to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people. This Compendium makes these data readily accessible in one publication.
This edition of the Compendium, like the 2010 Report, contains additional reporting...