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This report presents the findings from the ACCC’s targeted compliance review of data holders’ CDR authorisation processes
This is the fourteenth interim report of the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission’s (ACCC) inquiry into gas supply arrangements in Australia. The ACCC has continued its focus on the operation of the East Coast Gas Market, where there are immediate and longer-term concerns.
This guide provides information on the collective bargaining approval processes in the Act and outlines how the ACCC assesses the public benefits and detriments associated with collective bargaining proposals.
We have prepared guidelines on the authorisation process for non-merger conduct to help businesses and their advisers lodge applications for authorisation, and interested parties to provide submissions in response to applications.
Changes to the Act from 6 November 2017 mean that it is now possible to obtain protection from legal action for resale price maintenance conduct by lodging a notification. Before this date, ACCC authorisation was the only way to obtain legal protection for retail price maintenance conduct.
This Guide provides information about exclusive dealing notifications. Broadly, exclusive dealing occurs when one person trading with another restricts the other’s freedom to choose with whom, in what or where it deals.
The Motor Vehicle Service and Repair Information Sharing Scheme (MVIS) is a mandatory scheme that came into effect on 1 July 2022. Under the MVIS, all repairers have fair access to the information needed to service and repair vehicles. This industry guidance has been provided to help data providers comply with the MVIS.
On 20 December 2022, the ACCC released its first report as required under the Competition and Consumer (Price Monitoring—General Insurance Policies) Direction 2022.
Issue 85 of the Utility Regulators Forum newsletter Network.
This guidance has been designed to help irrigation infrastructure operators understand if and how the water market rules apply to them. It is not legal advice.