Productivity Commission acts stupid to avoid scrutiny

David Marr writes re: the book publishing industry stoush: “One side issue to emerge: the strange lack of confidence in both scrutiny and competition shown by the Productivity Commission’s decision to sit tight on its 240-page report all day yesterday until 3 o’clock. This, a spokesman told the Herald, was to achieve market neutrality between TV, radio and newspapers. He wasn’t joking.”

Earns the TULIP of the Week Award.

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