Submissions


Submission on Coastal Shipping Reforms Discussion Paper

As the largest user of coastal shipping services, the Australian minerals industry has a strong interest in competitive and cost-effective coastal shipping. Bulk commodities account for 80 per cent of Australia’s coastal shipping trade by tonnage, with bauxite and other aluminium ores and concentrates comprising 34.2 per cent, and iron ore and concentrates 7.5 per cent.

MCA submission to the Senate inquiry into mine rehabilitation

The submission outlines the comprehensive regulatory regime in which the minerals industry operates and the positive actions being undertaken by industry having regard to the inquiry’s terms of reference.

Submission on Australia’s Trade and Investment Relationship with the UK

The MCA’s submission to the Joint Standing Committee on Foreign Affairs, Defence and Trade’s Trade Sub-Committee Inquiry into Australia’s Trade and Investment Relationship with the United Kingdom.

INTERNATIONAL PRIORITIES FOR AUSTRALIA’S RESOURCES SECTOR

The Minerals Council of Australia has proposed a range of practical ideas to boost Australia’s international engagement, recognising the importance of open markets, economic cooperation and regional stability to Australia’s future prosperity.

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