(1) The designated Minister must publish, by electronic or other means, his or her decision on a declaration recommendation and his or her reasons for the decision.
(2) The designated Minister must give a copy of the publication to:
(a) the applicant under section 44F; and
(b) if the applicant is not the provider of the service--the provider.
(3) Before publishing under subsection (1), the designated Minister may give any one or more of the following persons:
(a) the applicant under section 44F;
(b) if the applicant is not the provider of the service--the provider;
(c) any other person the designated Minister considers appropriate;
a notice in writing:
(d) specifying what the designated Minister is proposing to publish; and
(e) inviting the person to make a written submission to the designated Minister within 14 days after the notice is given identifying any information the person considers should not be published because of its confidential commercial nature.
(4) The designated Minister must have regard to any submission so made in deciding what to publish. He or she may have regard to any other matter he or she considers relevant.