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Chemical Formulators Pty Ltd ("Chemform") is a manufacturer and supplier of commercial cleaning products in Australia.

This statement of differences was given to the ACCC on 25 October 2012 by NBN Co in respect to an access agreement entered into by NBN Co and multiple access seekers. This access agreement contains differences from a standard form of access agreement (SFAA) as published by NBN Co (the ‘Wholesale Broadband Agreement’).

The ACCC has accepted a section 87B undertaking from CNT Corp Pty Ltd (CNT Corp) following an investigation relating to breaches of the Australian Consumer Law (ACL) contained in Schedule 2 of the Competition and Consumer Act 2010.

On 23 September 2015, the ACCC extended the final access determination (FAD) for the Local Access Bitstream Access Service (LBAS) until the day before the new FAD comes into force, as it was not in a positon to make a new FAD prior to its expiration on 5 October 2015. The existing LBAS FAD will now expire on the day immediately before the day on which a new access determination will come into force.

This statement of differences was given to the ACCC on 26 September 2012 by NBN Co in respect to an access agreement entered into by NBN Co and multiple access seekers. This access agreement contains differences from a standard form of access agreement (SFAA) as published by NBN Co (the ‘Wholesale Broadband Agreement’).

This statement of differences was given to the ACCC on 26 September 2012 by NBN Co in respect to an access agreement entered into by NBN Co and multiple access seekers. This access agreement contains differences from a standard form of access agreement (SFAA) as published by NBN Co (the ‘Wholesale Broadband Agreement’).

Valiant Enterprises Pty Ltd is a distributor of baby products based in Melbourne, with a distribution network across Australia of between 100-150 retail stores, including online retailers. Valiant also manufactures its own brand of products in China and imports and distributes these in Australia.
The ACCC has consented to the withdrawal of the section 87B undertaking from Australia Post, accepted by the ACCC on 8 April 1998. The ACCC had alleged that Australia Post had engaged in misleading conduct in respect of advertising that formed part of a promotional campaign