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Productivity CommissionInquiry Report
Economic Structureand Performance of the Australian Retail Industr
No. 56, 4 November 2011
 
Commonwealth of Australia 2011
ISSN 1447-1329ISBN 978-1-74037-379-1
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An appropriate citation for this paper is:
Productivity Commission 2011,
 Economic Structure and Performance of the Australian Retail Industry
, Report no. 56, Canberra.
The Productivity Commission
The Productivity Commission is the Australian Government’s independent researchand advisory body on a range of economic, social and environmental issues affectingthe welfare of Australians. Its role, expressed most simply, is to help governmentsmake better policies, in the long term interest of the Australian community.The Commission’s independence is underpinned by an Act of Parliament. Itsprocesses and outputs are open to public scrutiny and are driven by concern for thewellbeing of the community as a whole.Further information on the Productivity Commission can be obtained from theCommission’s website (www.pc.gov.au) or by contacting Media and Publications on(03) 9653 2244 or email: maps@pc.gov.au

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