Updates

7 February 2019

ACCC seeks views on regulation at GrainCorp's Portland bulk grain port terminal

The Australian Competition and Consumer Commission has released an issues paper seeking views on whether to exempt GrainCorp Operations Limited (GrainCorp) from certain parts of the Code at its port terminal facility at Portland.
21 December 2018

Joint recommendations to improve gas market transparency

The ACCC and Gas Market Reform Group (GMRG) have today released a joint paper on measures to improve the transparency of the east coast gas market.

The joint paper follows an announcement by the then Prime Minister in March 2017 for the ACCC and GMRG to work together to advise on options to quickly improve transparency across the gas supply chain.

In keeping with the Prime Minister’s announcement, the ACCC and GMRG have worked together to identify the information deficiencies in the east coast gas market and the measures that could be taken to address these.

19 November 2018

Digital radio access undertakings for Canberra, Darwin and Hobart

The ACCC is commencing an inquiry about three identical Digital Radio Multiplex Transmitter (DRMT) access undertakings submitted on 30 October 2018 by the DRMT Licensees of Canberra, Darwin and Hobart.
16 November 2018

ACCC issues ACCCount for July to September 2018 quarter

ACCCount details the ACCC’s enforcement, compliance, merger, adjudication, economic regulation, market studies, advocacy and international activities.
13 July 2018

Aged care

We've developed a series of resources on consumer rights for home care, as part of a national campaign launched by consumer regulators around Australia.
23 May 2018

ACCC to undertake a survey on internet activity in Australia

The ACCC is intending to undertake a periodic survey of internet activity through a Record Keeping Rule (RKR), under Section 151BU of the Competition and Consumer Act 2010.

30 October 2017

Infocentre currently unable to take calls

Due to circumstances beyond our control we are currently unable to take phone calls. We apologise for any inconvenience.

22 September 2017

ACCC Melbourne office is moving to Lonsdale Street

From 25 September, the ACCC Melbourne office will move from 360 Elizabeth St (Melbourne Central) to 2 Lonsdale St (Casselden).

3 July 2017

International consumer protection enforcers relaunch website

The International Consumer Protection and Enforcement Network (ICPEN) has launched its updated website to deliver better consumer protection worldwide.

26 May 2017

ACCC seeks comment on draft guidelines for Part IIIA deferral of arbitrations and backdating of determinations guidelines

The ACCC has released draft guidelines regarding Part IIIA deferral of arbitrations and backdating of determinations for public comment.