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Commission concerns were such that the proposed management of the business of the Port of Hastings, Victoria, may have the effect of substantially lessening competition. TNT undertook to allow only reasonable commercial terms, having regard to a number of factors including the public interest.
GDF engaged in misleading and deceptive conduct in breach of s52, by representing that the World Dance Congress would be held in Western Australia between 5 and 13 August 1997, when from around May, GDF knew that the WDG would not proceed.
Village and Sega entered into an agreement and thereby attempted to engage in resale price maintenance in the supply of coin operated video games in Australia.
AAPT engaged in extensive promotion of its Smartchat Rates, but did not disclose that the rates the subject of the advertisement depended on the time the call was made (off peak, peak, economy etc), the limitations on the offer, and that customers must preselect AAPT to take advantage of their call rates.
CSR and Mackay joint venture for purchasing, refining, storage and distribution of refined sugar in Australia and for export.
Westpac proposal to acquire ownership of BML pursuant to three schemes of arrangement.
S 52 false and misleading information regarding the nutritional information on Vitari brand Nestle Dairy Products.
Breach of s53(a) of the Act by representing that sunglasses complied with a particular Australian standard.
Revised undertakings involving Ascot Investment Pty Ltd and Infratil acquisition of Port of Portland, a Victorian company. These revised undertakings have been given as a result of Infratils acquisition of Ascot Investments 50% share of Port Portland.

The Australian Competition and Consumer Commission declares pursuant to section 152AL(3) of the Act that the Domestic PSTN Originating Access Services is a "declared service" for the purposes of Part XIC of the Act.