The NFF’s 2013 Submission to the Senate Foreign Affairs, Defence and Trade Standing Committee on the Fair Trade (Workers’ Rights) Bill 2013 outlines the NFF’s commitment to policies that support trade and investment, liberalisation, and recognise the benefits to Australia from increased access to markets. In addition, the NFF also recognises the importance of regulations which protect workers’ basic rights.
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Read the full submission here.