Flight Centres ran an advertising campaign in May and June 2000 which compared the prices for flights "Take off and book now" as opposed to "Book later" after the introduction of the GST.
The advertisement misled consumers into believing that the price of flights would rise by more than 10% due to the GST.
Advertisements commissioned by Signature Security Group Pty Limited, dealing with the provision of a Signature Security system, contained GST-exclusive pricing in the form of "from only $295 plus GST".
The ACCC investigated a complaint concerning the price of wheel alignment services at Bob Jane T-Mart outlets.
At various times between March 1996 and July 2000 eleven Bob Jane stores offered a thrust wheel alignment at a higher cost than a cheaper front two-wheel alignment.
After conducting market inquiries, the Commission determined that the merger between SmithKline Beecham (Australia) Pty Ltd and Glaxo Wellcome Ltd, to form Glaxo SmithKline plc, would not substantially effect competition, provided that certain Undertakings be provided by SmithKline Beecham to the ACCC.
The ACCC investigated a complaint that LMC Pacific Pty Ltd had engaged in resale price maintenance in relation to the termination of supply of Cartier brand products to a retailer.
An Undertaking was accepted by the Commission where LMC Pacific and it's managing director, Mr Gilles Haumont, agreed not to engage in conduct which constitutes resale price maintenance.