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AAA Welcomes Opposition Commitment on Ethanol and Calls for Government Action

26.9.2002

The Australian Automobile Association has welcomed a commitment from the ALP to limit ethanol content in fuel to 10% and require labelling of ethanol blended fuel at service stations. Read more of AAA Welcomes Opposition Commitment on Ethanol and Calls for Government Action

AAA Calls for Immediate Limit on Ethanol Blending

26.9.2002

The Australian Automobile Association has today called on the Government to set a maximum limit of no more than 10 per cent of ethanol in any petrol and to ensure ethanol blends are labelled on service station pumps showing the percentage of ethanol in the blend. Read more of AAA Calls for Immediate Limit on Ethanol Blending

Calls for Government Guarantee on Petrol Prices

13.9.2002

The Australian Automobile Association has called on the Federal Government to give a guarantee that the ethanol subsidy announced yesterday will not result in higher ethanol blended petrol prices this year or when the subsidy ceases in 12 months. Read more of Calls for Government Guarantee on Petrol Prices

Landmark Determination on Ethanol in Petrol

22.8.2002

Three of Australia’s peak automotive industry and consumer bodies have urged the federal government to support a maximum limit of 10 percent of ethanol in petrol and not to mandate its use. Read more of Landmark Determination on Ethanol in Petrol

Vehicle Advertising Code Welcomed

8.8.2002

The Australian Automobile Association has welcomed the introduction of a voluntary Advertising Code of Practice for motor vehicle advertising. Read more of Vehicle Advertising Code Welcomed

Future Assistance To Motor Industry Should Be Conditional

28.5.2002

In a submission to the Productivity Commission Inquiry into the Automotive Manufacturing Sector Post 2005, the Australian Automobile Association has recommended that any future assistance to the industry be conditional on improved safety and environmental outcomes. Read more of Future Assistance To Motor Industry Should Be Conditional