Govt endorses Productivity Commission's immigration report

Govt endorses Productivity Commission's immigration report
Productivity commissioner Ganesh Nana. (Image supplied: The Productivity Commission)
Greg Hurrell
The government has largely endorsed the Productivity Commission’s recommendations on immigration settings.An interim response on April 3 summarised the reforms it was already making in immigration and outlined further work to do. The commission's report, Immigration - Fit for the Future was released in May last year.The government was largely supportive of 23 of the commission’s recommendations, with 15 of them described as under way or under way in part. Another seven recommendations needed further consideration or consult...

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