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Misuse of market power reforms pass Senate
Firms with market power need to carefully consider whether their proposed conduct could be said to lessen competition.
Australia
22 Aug 2017
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Significant competition changes proposed to the National Access Regime
This Bill represents the second stage of implementing reforms recommended by the Review chaired by Professor Ian Harper.
Australia
26 May 2017
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Infrastructure: third party access to bottleneck facilities made easier
The case opens the door for the declaration of services by other bottleneck facilities with no enforceable access rights.
Australia
9 Jun 2016
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Stopping monopoly pricing - not the goal of Part IIIA of the Competition and Consumer Act
Part IIIA is not of itself a panacea to curb the pricing conduct of infrastructure service providers, even monopolists.
Australia
22 Feb 2016
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Carbon tax repeal - it's time to explain your prices!
Businesses have to comply with new disclosure requirements as part of the carbon tax repeal, or face tough penalties.
Australia
29 Jul 2014
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Changes to the QLeave Scheme from 1 July 2014
The threshold at which Queensland building and construction work become leviable has changed.
Australia
7 Apr 2014
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Carbon tax repeal – the ACCC will be watching your prices!
Businesses should carefully review contractual arrangements to determine how to respond to the repeal of the carbon tax.
Australia
25 Dec 2013
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Access to rail and port services in Queensland: how should capacity expansions and access pricing be treated?
The Qld Competition Authority released a Discussion Paper on Capacity Expansion and Access Pricing for Rail and Ports.
Australia
11 May 2013
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The potential traps of joint procurements - don't get caught!
Well-intentioned bargaining must not place government entities at risk of contravening any CCA competition provisions.
Australia
9 Dec 2012
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