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Code of ethics requiring members to abide by exclusionary or price fixing provisions. Undertaking given not to be knowingly concerned in or party to members entering into or giving effect to any exclusionary provisions or price fixing agreements or understandings.
Resale price maintenance of imported Italian pasta and olive oil. Undertakings given: that Bertolli and Mr Bertini would not engage in resale price maintenance and would write to all retailers of their products informing them that they were free to set their own retail price; and to institute a compliance program for company officers.
Alleged misrepresentation concerning fibre composition of socks. Undertakings given that all future representations will be accurate.
Representations as to the price and terms for the supply of mobile telephones and mobile telephone network services without clearly and prominently disclosing conditions and total cost.
False or misleading conduct in relation to the price of analogue and digital mobile telephones and conditions of purchase.
False or misleading representations about place of origin of apple juice reconstituted from apple juice concentrate of non Tasmanian origin and the use of the words 'fresh' and 'freshly crushed'. Undertaking given not to misrepresent the place of origin and standard, quality or composition of the goods.
Proposed merger of radio networks. The Commission was of the view that certain aspects of the proposed merger, unless modified, may contravene s. 50 of the Trade Practices Act.
Proposed merger of radio networks. The Commission was of the view that certain aspects of the proposed merger, unless modified, may contravene s. 50 of the Trade Practices Act.
Selling and offering for sale in Australia nickel cadmium batteries on which appeared a recycling claim. Undertaking to: ensure disposal of batteries by a recycler; advertise nationally the recycling procedures; and make available point-of-sale brochures giving recycling information.
False representations in promotional material and other display documents for vinyl-cladding products. Specifically, the unauthorised use of the AAF `Australian Made' logo, and of misleading technical reports.