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On 18 September 2018, the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission issued its determination relating to an access dispute between Port of Newcastle Operations and Glencore Coal Assets Australia. This access dispute concerned access charges and other conditions of access to the ‘declared’ shipping channel service at the Port of Newcastle.
The Australian Competition and Consumer Commission (ACCC) declares pursuant to s. 152AL(3) of the Act that the Domestic transmission capacity service is a 'declared service' for the purposes of Part XIC of the Trade Practices Act 1974.
The ACCC has decided to publish the following determinations about the terms of access to the unconditioned local loop service (ULLS). In December 2010 the ACCC decided to publish final determinations and statements of reasons in relation to four ULLS access disputes.

FD ULLS Chime/Telstra

24 August 2010
The parts of this file may be downloaded by clicking on the hyperlinks below.

FD WLR Digiplus/Telstra

20 August 2010

FD WLR Chime/Telstra

20 August 2010

FD LCS Chime/Telstra

20 August 2010