Alcohol could soon be sold in Australian petrol stations, corner shops and supermarkets.
The report was originally scheduled for tabling on 14 March 2017.
The Red Tape Committee was established in October 2016, and as part of its inquiry, has looked at the effect of red tape on the economy and community while focusing on a number of factors, including the assessment and reduction of red tape legislation in relation to the sale of alcohol.
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This story first appeared in C&I Week.
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