Competition and the public interest
On 12 July 2001, the Chairman Gary Banks gave an address to the National Competition Council Workshop 'The Public Interest Test Under National Competition Policy' at Colonial Stadium, Melbourne. The speech discusses National Competition Policy and examines its economic and other effects.
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A radical initiative?
The need for reform
The productivity dividend
Distribution matters too
'Strategic' considerations in NCP
NCP is not 'open slather'
Misunderstandings and misuse of NCP
Assessing the tradeoffs
Are politicians in control?
The NCC's role
Well informed political decisions