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PC calls for tape cuts

THE Productivity Commission has put the government on notice after the final report on resources sector regulation found better regulation of the resources sector would support future investment and build community trust and safeguard the sector’s international reputation.

 Report finds approval processes could be improved by removing duplication and cutting red and green tape to streamline applications.

Report finds approval processes could be improved by removing duplication and cutting red and green tape to streamline applications.

Commissioned to get a look at how regulation was designed, administered and enforced, the report found approval processes could be improved by removing duplication and cutting red and green tape to streamline...

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