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The franchising model disclosure document sets out the recommended format for a franchisor’s disclosure document and includes tips to assist franchisors in meeting their disclosure obligations.
Report into industry views on bulk grain exports in the 2020–21 shipping year.
Ninth report on the ACCC’s monitoring of Australian domestic air passenger transport services.
The eleventh quarterly report under the petrol monitoring arrangements outlined in the Competition and Consumer (Price Monitoring—Petroleum Fuels) Direction 2019, which started in December 2019.
This guide helps operators of water infrastructure in the Murray-Darling Basin understand our role and approach to enforcing the rules.
The ACCC and AER Corporate Plan 2022-23 outlines the strategic objectives, key activities, collaboration, capabilities and risk management that we use to achieve our purposes, and describes our operating environment and our performance measures.
This guidance is to help infrastructure operators understand the types of charges, including one-off charges or ‘capital contributions’, that must be included in a schedule of charges.
This guidance is to help infrastructure operators and their customers to understand when the ACCC can approve an additional termination fee.
This is the thirteenth 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.
The Competition and Consumer Act 2010 (the CCA) contains compulsory information-gathering powers under s. 155 that enable the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission (ACCC) to obtain information, documents and evidence in relation to its enforcement functions, certain authorisation and notification decisions and regulatory matters. This guide will be updated to reflect that from 1 January 2023, the value of a penalty unit will increase from $222 to $275. This change will mean that the maximum fines referred to on page 7 of the guide for a refusal or failure to comply with a s.
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