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The Welsh Affairs Committee were invited to hold a joint evidence session with the Enterprise and Business Committee, National Assembly for Wales, to consider International Connectivity through Welsh Ports and Airports.
1. Joint evidence session was held in Cardiff on 8 March 2012. Read.
2. The National Assembly for Wales Enterprise and Business Committee published a Report, International connectivity through Welsh ports and airports, on 4 July 2012.
3. Inquiry closed.
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