Postal services publications

The ACCC has a role under the Australian Postal Corporation Act 1989 (APCA) to assess whether Australia Post is cross-subsidising its non-reserved services with revenues from its reserved services.

Assessing cross-subsidy in Australia Post

Presents the results of the ACCC’s cross-subsidy analysis based on Australia Post’s regulatory accounts for the 2013–14 financial year.
14 Apr 2015
Presents the results of the ACCC’s cross-subsidy analysis based on Australia Post’s regulatory accounts for the 2012–13 financial year.
6 Jun 2014
Presents the results of the ACCC’s cross-subsidy analysis based on Australia Post’s regulatory accounts for the 2011–12 financial year.
22 Apr 2013
Presents the results of the ACCC’s cross-subsidy analysis based on Australia Post’s regulatory accounts for the 2010–11 financial year.
4 May 2012
Presents the results of the ACCC’s analysis of Australia Post’s regulatory accounts for the 2009–10 financial year.
7 Apr 2011
Presents the results of the ACCC’s analysis of Australia Post’s regulatory accounts for the 2008–09 financial year.
23 Jul 2010
Analysis of Australia Post's regulatory accounts for the preceding year, to determine whether it has used revenue from its reserved services to cross-subsidise its non-reserved services.
29 Jul 2009
Presents the results of the ACCC’s analysis of Australia Post for the 2006–07 financial year to determine whether it is cross-subsidising from its reserved services to its non-reserved services.
3 Apr 2008
Results of the ACCC’s analysis of Australia Post for the 2005–06 financial year to determine whether it is cross-subsidising from its reserved services to its non-reserved services.
28 Mar 2007
Results of the ACCC's analysis of Australia Post for 2004–05 financial year to determine whether it is cross-subsidising from its reserved services to its non-reserved services
1 Aug 2006

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