peak council

peak council
/ˈpik kaʊnsəl/ (say 'peek kownsuhl)

noun
an association of trade unions, or of employer organisations, composed of representatives of affiliated unions or associations and established to coordinate the industrial and political activities of its affiliated bodies.

Australian English dictionary. 2014.

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