The Minister for Home Affairs and Justice, the Hon Jason Clare MP, announced on 4 July 2012 a Review to examine the current arrangements for assessing and investigating anti-dumping matters and consider the feasibility of a Commonwealth Anti-Dumping Agency.
The Hon John Brumby, former Premier and Treasurer of Victoria, was appointed to lead the Review and the Commonwealth Attorney-General’s Department is providing Secretariat support. The Review was planned to be completed by 30 November 2012.
The Review has now concluded and the Final Report was released publicly by the Minister on 27 November 2012.
- Brumby Anti-Dumping Review – Final Report [docx 3622 KB]
- Brumby Anti-Dumping Review – Final Report [pdf 2659 KB]
The Hon John Brumby
Mr Brumby has extensive experience in Government at both State and Federal level. He was Premier of Victoria from 2007-2010 after serving as Treasurer between 2000 and 2007.
He has held a number of additional Ministerial portfolios in Victoria and prior to this was the Federal Member for Bendigo in the Hawke Government between 1983 and 1990.
Mr Brumby holds a Bachelor of Commerce from Melbourne University and a Diploma in Education from the State College of Victoria, Rusden.
After politics, Mr Brumby commenced work in the private sector and is currently a Board Member of Huawei Australia, Chairman of the Motor Trades Association of Australia (MTAA) Superannuation Fund, and a joint Vice Chancellor’s Fellow at Monash University and the University of Melbourne.
Mr Brumby is currently serving on the GST Distribution Review panel.
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