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The Australian black coal industry

By Productivity Commission

Abstract

On 9 July 1997 the Treasurer referred the international competitiveness of the Australian black coal industry to the Commission for inquiry and report within 12 months. The Commission is to identify ways of improving the international competitiveness of the Australian black coal industry which are consistent with improving the overall performance of the Australian economy.Australian black coal industry - international market - performance - benchmarking - work arrangements - price discrimination - price negotiation - labour market - mines - mining - workforce - coal - rail

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