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Issue Details: First known date: 2016... 2016 When It Comes to Books and Copyright, the Government Should Leave Things as They Are
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'The Australian book industry is in a state of considerable agitation as it waits to see if the federal government will scrap the parallel import restrictions of the Copyright Act.'

'Lifting the restrictions has been recommended by the Harper Committee and the Productivity Commission, and a decision could come next week, next month, or never. ...'

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