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The Mooloolaba Yacht Club Marina Pty Ltd (the Marina Co) leases an area of the Mooloolaba Harbour within which it has constructed the Mooloolaba Yacht Club Marina and sub-leases berths to boat owners.
Private Formula has given the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission court-enforceable undertakings under section 87B of the Trade Practices Act 1974 that it will re-label the cosmetic products, Dr LeWinns Cosmetic Lift Pack, containing A+ Revita Cell, and Dr LeWinns Cosmetic Lift Powder, which did not comply with the mandatory product ingredient labelling requirements.
Woolworths S.A. admitted to having breached the price fixing provisions of the Act by making and giving affect to an agreement with the Arnhem Club Incorporated and Rhonwood Pty Ltd to cease discounting certain take-away alcohol products in Nhulunbuy N.T.
Hoyts, Greater Union and Village ('the Acquiring Exhibitors') propose to acquire Val Morgan and its associated entities.
The Commission received complaints that a number of internet businesses could not advertise in the classified sections of the Queensland Newspapers' papers including The Courier Mail.
Contiki is an international travel group of companies offering tours to 18-35 year olds. One of the Contiki group of companies, Contiki Travel Europe, advertises, organises and operates Contiki European tours.
The ACCC instituted Federal Court Proceedings against Internet Registrations Australia Pty Ltd in September 2002, alleging that Internet Registrations Australia had made false or misleading representations regarding registration and renewal of Internet domain names.
The Nuance Group (Australia) Pty Ltd (the Nuance Group), is the company carrying on the retail business of Downtown Duty Free (DDF) and City International Duty Free (CIDF). CIDF and DDF are national retailers, which operate 25 stores across mainland Australia.
The Australian Competition and Consumer Commission has accepted court-enforceable undertakings proposed by Foxtel, Optus, Telstra and Austar which address the Commission's concerns about the potential anti-competitive effects of the planned pay-TV arrangements between Foxtel and Optus.
The Australian Competition and Consumer Commission has accepted court-enforceable undertakings proposed by Foxtel, Optus, Telstra and Austar which address the Commission's concerns about the potential anti-competitive effects of the planned pay-TV arrangements between Foxtel and Optus.