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Coca-Cola Amatil is committed to complying with all measures introduced to ensure businesses will charge fair prices after GST.
Sydney Airports Corporation Limited ("Sydney Airports") is making a public commitment to comply with the law governing The New Tax System and with the ACCC's GST Price Exploitation Guidelines. Sydney Airports' core business is the management and operation of Sydney (Kingsford-Smith) Airport which itself comprises four business units: Aviation, Retail, Property, Commercial Trading.
The Public Compliance Commitment provided by BOC Gases Australia Ltd details the approach taken by BOC in implementing price changes under the New Tax System. BOC Gases supplies a wide range of industrial gases, specialty gases, welding & safety equipment and gas related products to a wide range of business and private consumers.
Lend Lease Corporation Limited is a major participant in the real estate investment management, property development, project management and construction industries.
This document sets out the National Australia Bank - Australian Group's commitment to ensuring that its customers benefit fully from reductions in indirect taxes and are not exposed to greater than necessary price rises as a result of the New Tax System.
Forty Winks provided court enforceable undertakings in relation to a recent TV advertisement and in-store representations about the likely effect of the GST on bedding products.
Total Aqua Pty Ltd, ("Total Aqua") is incorporated in the State of Western Australia and operates from one outlet located in Perth. Total Aqua supplies the CCI undersink water purifier system. In the Good living section of The Sunday Times on 2 April 2000, Total Aqua caused to be published an advertising feature (the "advertorial") promoting its CCI undersink water purifier system.
Misrepresentation concerning the place of origin of HPM's fluorescent light starters, which bear "Australian Made" and also "Made in India" on the packs. Undertaking given to correct in-store product and offer consumer refunds.
The Commonwealth Bank of Australia (CBA) has undertaken to provide access to its EFTPOS and ATM networks on reasonable commercial terms and conditions to new and small financial institutions entering or expanding their operations in Tasmania and regional New South Wales.