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  • Briefing for the Incoming Minister for Regulatory Reform [2016]
  • Published: 17 Feb 2017
  • Status: Current
  • Author: The Treasury
  • Hard copy: Available in PDF format only.
 

Briefing for the Minister for Regulatory Reform

Published 17 Feb 2017

This briefing was prepared for the incoming Minister for Regulatory Reform and is part of the suite of briefings prepared for incoming Ministers following the changes to portfolios in December 2016.

See also 2016 Treasury Briefings to Ministers.

This document has been proactively released. Redactions made to the document have been made consistent with provisions of the Official Information Act 1982.

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Letter to the Minister for Regulatory Reform

Briefing for Regulatory Reform

bim-2016-regulatory-reform.pdf (969 KB) pp. 48

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