Competition and consumer issues for Indigenous Australians: A report to the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission by the Centre for Aboriginal Economic Policy Research, the Australian National University, Canberra
The severe economic and social disadvantage of many Indigenous people in Australia is widely recognised, but progress to overcome it has been painfully slow. In many communities Indigenous people are still far from having equitable access to basic public services, including local amenities, education, health and housing. As a national statutory authority, the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission (ACCC) has a responsibility to ensure that it provides Indigenous people with at...[Show more]
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