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Commerce Committee milk pricing inquiry

Commerce Committee milk pricing inquiry

Labour's Commerce Spokesperson and Commerce Committee chair, Lianne Dalziel, says she understands people will be disappointed that the Committee has not issued a statement about progress on discussions on the terms of reference for the proposed milk pricing inquiry.

"I know there is a high level of public interest around this. However Standing Orders prevent the chair of the Select Committee issuing a statement on behalf of the committee unless that statement is fully authorised by the committee.

"I regret I can say no more than that at this stage," Lianne Dalziel said.

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