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VICTORIAN COMPETITION AND EFFICENCY COMMISSION: INQUIRY INTO VICTORIA‟S REGULATORY FRAMEWORK

MCA believes that VCEC is in a unique position, having significant ability to influence whole of Government decisions. An all-encompassing review of environmental regulation is a once in a generation opportunity to set policies and strategies for the next few decades and likely result in legislative reform. MCA stresses the importance that the recommendations arising from this Inquiry have the potential to improve the regulatory framework for Victoria.

Submission - Draft Mineral Titles Regulations

The proposed changes incorporate a reduction in the maximum area size of exploration licence applications from 500 blocks to 250 blocks. The impacts will be a reduction on the foothold on land by explorers and an increase the fees and charges.

Minerals Sector Statement of Principles on Climate Change Policy

The minerals industry acknowledges that sustained global action is required to reduce the scale of human induced climate change. A measured transition to a low emissions global economy will require the alignment of three key policy pillars:

MINERALS SECTOR WELCOMES TRADE POLICY STATEMENT

The Minerals Council of Australia welcomes the Trade Policy Statement released by the Minister for Trade, Craig Emerson today. The statement represents an important statement of the Government?s determination to pursue a principles-based approach to free and open trade and investment.

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