The Association sought authorisation on behalf of its members, for an agreement between its members, for it to collectively bargain with Racing and Wagering Western Australia (RWWA) in relation to the terms and conditions of the provision of services by members to RWWA.
The Association also sought authorisation for an agreement between its members under which it would act on behalf of members where a dispute arises between those members and RWWA.
On 30 June 2005 the ACCC granted authorisation to application A90952 until 30 June 2011.
In granting authorisation, the ACCC considered that the anti-competitive detriment generated by the proposed arrangements was likely to be negligible.
The ACCC also considered that the proposed arrangements were likely to result in some benefits to the public, including providing a greater opportunity for TAB agents, through the Association, to achieve more efficient commercial outcomes by having greater input into contracts.
|ACCC to The Western Australian Turf Club re Determination ( PDF 50.62 KB )||30 Jun 2005|
|ACCC to Racing & Wagering Western Australia re Determination ( PDF 30.62 KB )||30 Jun 2005|
|ACCC to WA Applicant re Determination ( PDF 22.2 KB )||30 Jun 2005|
|ACCC to WA Turf Club re Draft Determination ( PDF 100.36 KB )||25 May 2005|
|ACCC to WA Tab Agents Association re Draft Determination ( PDF 56.44 KB )||25 May 2005|
|ACCC to Racing and Wagering WA re Draft Determination ( PDF 68.54 KB )||23 May 2005|
|ACCC to WA TAB Agents enclosing copy of submission by RWWA 1 March 2005 ( PDF 71.25 KB )||9 Mar 2005|
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