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On 24 September 2004 Australia Post lodged a formal price notification under subsection 95Z(5) of the Trade Practices Act 1974.

The ACCC has accepted court enforceable undertakings, pursuant to section 87B of the Trade Practices Act 1974, from Harbin Pty Ltd trading as Ray's Outdoors.
Parke Muir's Pty Ltd (Parke Muir's), trading as Ross Parke's The Good Guys Discount Warehouses, sells electrical goods and gas appliances in Geelong, Victoria. In an advertisement that was published in the Geelong Advertiser on 7 May 2004, Parke Muir's advertised that a GW712 Fisher & Paykel washing machine had a "WAS" price of $1,099.
The MIA Group Limited undertaking requires that MIA maintains its sites as going concerns to ensure that they offer a competitive constraint following the acquisition by the DCA Group Limited of MIA. Note: related to this undertaking is the DCA Group undertaking of the same date.
DCA proposes to acquire MIA. The ACCC expressed concern at the competitive effects of the proposed acquisition in the market for the supply of diagnostic imaging service (excluding nuclear medicine and MRI), excluding all in-patients at public hospitals in Adelaide and mid-north rural/Barossa.
The ACCC has accepted a court-enforceable undertaking from Cadbury Schweppes Pty Ltd about labelling of The Natural Confectionery Company (TNCC) range of confectionery products. On 28 April 2003 Cadbury Schweppes acquired Sunrise Confectioners (Aust) Pty Ltd (Sunrise).
Between 1989 and 2002, the Australian Association of Agricultural Consultants (WA) Inc required its members not to offer to perform agricultural consulting services for fees less than those recommended by the Association.
Macquarie Bank Limited (MBL) has entered into agreements to acquire a significant number of commercial radio broadcasting stations owned by RG Capital Radio Limited and DMG Regional Radio Pty Ltd. The proposed acquisitions involve MBL acquiring commercial radio licences in 44 commercial radio licences areas throughout Australia.
In or around June 2003, TWM Imports Pty Ltd (TWM) contracted ASEMA International Pty Ltd (ASEMA) to test a trolley jack. ASEMA agreed to test the jack for compliance with Australian Standard AS/NZS 2615:1995.