We publish a range of brochures, fact sheets, reports, consultation papers, research findings and other publications for consumers, businesses, regulated industries and other stakeholders.
A new Horticulture Code of Conduct started on 1 April 2017 and replaced the old Horticulture Code. This factsheet aims to educate horticulture traders (merchants or agents) about the ACCC’s enforcement powers under the new Code. It also has information about the transition period for the new Code, and our approach to enforcement during the transition period.
Telstra’s Structural Separation Undertaking and migration plan, accepted by the ACCC in February 2012, specify Telstra’s commitments to progressively migrate its fixed line voice and broadband customers onto the wholesale-only National Broadband Network (NBN) and promote equivalence and transparency during the transition period.
This guide is designed to help businesses understand when they can safely make country of origin claims about their products.
This factsheet provides an overview of the Country of Origin Food Labelling Information Standard 2016, which requires origin information to be displayed for most food products offered or suitable for retail sale in Australia.
An Information flyer advertising the ACCC’s free online education programs for small businesses, prospective franchisees and students. The programs teach users about their rights and obligations under Australia’s competition, franchising, fair trading, and consumer protection laws.
The Horticulture Code of Conduct is a mandatory industry code prescribed under the Competition and Consumer Act 2010. The Code aims to improve the clarity and transparency of trading arrangements between growers and traders in the horticulture sector.