The NFF’s 29 October 2012 submission into the Legislation Inquiry into the Water Amendment (Long-term Average Sustainable Diversion Limit Adjustment) Bill 2012 demonstrates the NFF’s broad support for the concept of the SDL adjustment mechanism.
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