On 16 June 2006, the ACCC issued a media release announcing that it has accepted section 87B undertakings offered by AGL pursuant to section 87B of the TPA in relation to AGL’s proposed acquisition of Alinta.
The Northern Rivers Gestalt Institute Incorporated (Northern Rivers Gestalt) offers courses in 'Gestalt' counselling. In late 2005, Steven Gunther, a Director of Northern Rivers Gestalt, sent an email to the directors of eight other Gestalt institutes seeking their agreement to collectively raise fees in contravention of section 45 of the TPA, which prohibits price fixing.
Mr Won Mo Yoon, director of CGS Trading Australia Pty Ltd (CGS), the importer, distributor and supplier of 'Aussiesox' branded socks has admitted to incorrectly labelling certain of its socks in respect to fibre content.
CGS Trading Australia Pty Ltd (CGS), importer, distributor and supplier of 'Aussiesox' branded socks has admitted to incorrectly labelling certain of its socks in respect to fibre content. CGS represented a range of socks as 'Pure Cotton' when they were not composed entirely of cotton.
Southern Motors Pty Ltd (Southern Motors) trades under the name Jason Mazda and carries on the business of selling new and used motor vehicles in the Perth area.
The ACCC was concerned that Jason Mazda made price representations that did not state that dealer delivery charges were applicable to the advertised prices of various Mazda vehicles when such charges did apply.
Baby Dynamics Pty Ltd distributed to retailers approximately 280 baby walkers under the description '3 in 1 Walker' which did not comply with the Baby Walkers Standard.
The Standard requires that baby walkers are labelled with warning instructions addressing risks associated with using the product.
This s. 87B undertaking was offered by ABC Learning Centres Limited (ABC) in connection with its proposed acquisition of Kids Campus Limited (Kids Campus).
The undertaking aims to overcome concerns raised by the ACCC that the proposed acquisition is likely to substantially lessen competition in separate markets for the supply of long day child care services in certain regional areas.
StoresOnline conducted seminars and workshops throughout Australia to promote its home business e-commerce software.
The ACCC formed the view that representations made by StoresOnline in promoting their website packages were misleading and deceptive in contravention of sections 51A, 52, 53(aa), 55A and 59 of the TPA.