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In the period immediately before the introduction of Goods and Services Tax in July 2000, national catalogue, television and radio advertising was conducted for Harvey Norman Computers & Communications stores which featured a promotion for GST-ready accounting software, Quicken Quickbooks, for $199 that included a bonus software bundle valued at over $900.
American Express (Amex) advertised its International Airline Program (IAP) for Platinum Cardmembers as entitling them to purchase a specially negotiated ticket for first or business class air travel on a participating airline and receive a free, complimentary or bonus companion ticket entitling a second person to accompany the Cardmember on that trip.
SP Energy Pty Ltd (‘SPE’) has entered into a share sale agreement with TXU Corp, to purchase the group of companies of which TXU Australia Group Pty Ltd (‘TXU’) is the ultimate Australian holding company.
Pacific National Pty Ltd (‘PN’) has undertaken that if, on or after the date that settlement of the acquisition by PN of Freight Australia (‘FA’) occurs, the Somerton Siding is controlled by PN, that PN will use its best endeavours to transfer control of the Somerton Siding to a party independent of PN.
In March 2001 the ACCC received a complaint that existing cinema operators had entered into arrangements or understandings to oppose market entry and/or expansion by other cinema operators.
In March 2001 the ACCC received a complaint that existing cinema operators had entered into arrangements or understandings to oppose market entry and/or expansion by other cinema operators.
In May 2003 Optus Mobile advertised a Nokia 7250 camera phone on a $55 per month plan in a national advertising campaign which included using television, newspapers, in-store promotion, the internet and store brochures.
Price fixing arrangement in relation to bricks. Undertakings given to develop and implement an internal trade practices compliance program, to remain in force for three years.
Tyco Australia Pty Ltd, trading as ADT Security (ADT) has failed to perform all of its contracts with residential customers requiring annual maintenance services of the residential customers' security systems.