|Report 37 Six Treaties Tabled on 10 October 2000||1|
|Report 37 Six Treaties Tabled on 10 October 2000||3|
|Membership of the Committee||9|
|2 Double Taxation Agreement with the Russian Federation||17|
|3 Amendments to the International Whaling Convention||23|
|4 Agreement with Egypt on Protecting the Welfare of Children||27|
|5 Acts of the Universal Postal Union||33|
|6 Protocol concerning the International Registration of Marks||39|
|A Appendix A - Extract from Resolution of Appointment||43|
|B Appendix B - National Interest Analyses||45|
|C Appendix C - Submissions||107|
|D Appendix D - Witnesses at Public Hearings||109|
|E Appendix E - Speech by the Deputy Commissioner of Taxation on Transfer Pricing||111|
Australia. Parliament. Joint Standing Committee on Treaties & Thomson, Andrew. (2000). Six treaties tabled on 10 October 2000 Retrieved February 26, 2021, from http://nla.gov.au/nla.obj-1607924595
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| author1=Australia. Parliament. Joint Standing Committee on Treaties.
| author2=Thomson, Andrew.
| title=Six treaties tabled on 10 October 2000
| section=x, 109 p. ; 25 cm.
| series=Parliamentary paper (Australia. Parliament) ;
| issue=PP no. 413 of 2000, Report no. 37
| publisher=Joint Standing Committee on Treaties
| access-date=26 February 2021
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