Last week the Australian Senate called on the Australian Government to request that the Productivity Commission undertake a comprehensive socio-economic cost-benefit inquiry into the impact of the Trans-Pacific Partnership Agreement on Australia. See Senator Whish-Wilson's motion below which was passed by the Senate.
Senator Whish-Wilson amended general business notice of motion no. 695 by leave and, pursuant to notice of motion not objected to as a formal motion, moved - That the Senate-
(a) notes that the Malaysian Government: