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MTAA Submission ACCC Interim Report

The Motor Trades Association of Australia Limited (MTAA) and Members welcomes the opportunity to make a submission to the ACCC New Car Retailing Industry Market Study Interim Report released on 10 August 2017.

This submission is provided as a public submission.

This Submission should be considered alongside any of those that may have been submitted by any of the Association's Members. The Motor Trades Association of Australia Limited (MTAA) on behalf of its State

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Senator Nick Xenophon, Senator Sterling Griff and MTAA representatives officially release the land mark report into the Australian Automotive industry

Senator Nick Xenophon, Senator Sterling Griff, MTAA CEO Richard Dudley, MTAA NSW CEO Stavros Yallouridis, VACC ED Geoff Gwilym, and VACC Research Manager Steve Bletos (author) today released a landmark report into the Australian Automotive industry titled ‘Directions in Australia’s automotive industry: An industry report 2017’. The official report’s release and associated media event were conducted at Anthony

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MTAA Welcomes Automotive Industry Final Report and Urges Government to Act on Recomendations

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The Motor Trades Association of Australia Limited (MTAA) today welcomed the tabling in Parliament of the final report of the Senate Economics Reference Committee Inquiry into the Australian automotive industry.

MTAA Chairman, Neville Gibb congratulated and thanked Senators and the Committee Secretariat on the year-long inquiry and final report, arguably the most comprehensive inquiry ever undertaken by Parliament into the whole of the Australian automotive industry.

‘MTAA supports all the recommendations and urges government to take full advantage of the work that has been undertaken and use the recommendations to help lay the foundations for an ongoing vibrant, successful and sustainable automotive industry' Mr Gibb said.

The full report can be read here

The MTAA Press Release on the matter can be read here