The ACCC has decided to oppose Sea Swift’s proposed acquisition of Toll Marine’s assets because we consider it would be likely to substantially lessen competition in scheduled marine freight services in the NT and FNQ (including the Torres Strait).
What does the ACCC’s decision mean?
Under the Competition and Consumer Act, mergers and acquisitions which are likely to substantially lessen competition are against the law.
Having closely considered the concerns raised by industry participants, the ACCC has decided not to revoke Yamaha Motor Australia Pty Ltd’s notification which allows it to restrict its franchisees to offering only Yamaha affiliated finance and insurance in relation to new Yamaha motorcycles and marine products
The ACCC has released an issues paper seeking views on whether to reduce the level of regulation at bulk wheat port terminals owned by GrainCorp Operations Limited and Queensland Bulk Terminals (QBT) at the Port of Brisbane.
There is faulty electrical cabling in thousands of Australian homes and businesses. Time is running out before the cables become a fire or electrocution risk. Act now before it’s too late—get your cable checked.
The ACCC has issued a draft determination proposing to grant authorisation to Maitland City Council, Cessnock City Council, and Singleton Council to jointly procure organic waste collection and processing services.
The ACCC has issued a draft determination proposing to grant authorisation to MRRG to act on behalf of the councils to jointly procure services relating to the receiving and processing of recyclable waste.