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Market Mechanisms for Recovering Water in the Murray-Darling Basin
Draft Report – Discussion Blog

The Productivity Commission decided to undertake a trial discussion blog to offer the public an alternative channel to participate in discussion about particular recommendations and findings contained within the draft report of the Market Mechanism for Recovering Water in the Murray-Darling Basin commissioned study.

The blog began on 9 December 2009 and was closed for participation on 3 March 2010 so comments could be duly considered for the final research report. This document contains the unedited posts made on this blog.

Comments published to this blog were the sole opinions of the author of the comment.

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