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  1. Draft news media bargaining code

    19 March 2021 - industry through agreements relating to news content of Australian news businesses. To date, the Treasurer has not designated … by a party that has a direct commercial interest in the coverage they produce — such as a magazine that mainly produces sponsored …
  2. New car retailing industry final report ( PDF 3.7 MB )

    14 December 2017 - agreements with car manufacturers to supply as well as repair and service new cars  independent businesses that repair … Enhance disclosure in relation to extended warranties by requiring:  agreements for extended warranties to be clear … failures’ o the widespread use of non-disclosure agreements by manufacturers when resolving complaints 1 ACCC, Motor vehicle …
  3. Network - issue 61 ( PDF 464.67 KB | DOCX 1.16 MB )

    9 December 2016 - agreements on industry reform and competition policy of the early 1990s. By 1994 deprival value had been established as the preferred method for asset valuation of electricity networks, and broadly similar outcomes followed in COAG agreements on Water … of industry reform broadly followed suit in setting asset values based on policy objectives. In line with COAG agreements, assets …
  4. 119 - Pat Byrne, National Civic Council (42 pages) ( PDF 2.93 MB )

    11 January 2013 - to supply agreements. This system must have a judge as arbitrator, advised by representatives of farmers, mills and a technical … that if 3,000 gigalitres of mainly Murray and Goulburn Rivers systems water is take for environmental flows, Australia can afford … that the main assumption underlying their policy platform was fatally flawed. After the paper was published a meeting was held …
  5. ACCCount December 2016 quarter ( PDF 819.91 KB )

    27 September 2018 - 38 Reporting on NBN Co-Telstra agreements ............................................................ 39 Quarterly … in relation to cartel conduct, anti-competitive agreements, misuse of market power, and mergers which substantially lessen … market study. The study found that the main reasons for the higher prices in Armidale were higher transport costs, higher …
  6. 005 - The Chamber of Fruit Vegetable Industries WA ( PDF 91.35 KB )

    18 January 2013 - discriminated against because some growers do not wish to sign these agreements. Growers that are sole traders may opt to sell … agreements in place or cease trading. Some traders are being made to give court enforceable undertakings to the ACCC for apparent breaches of the Code, yet no action is being taken against the growers that have refused to sign the agreements. This strict …
  7. 074 - Metcash (15 pages) ( PDF 111.45 KB )

    11 January 2013 - are supplied through the main distribution system; a specialist ‘on-premise’ distribution arm, Harbottle On-Premise (HOP) supplies … Express 249 Convenience 220m2 3,000 IGA supermarkets (except those in WA who operate under franchise agreements) are licensed to use the IGA brand via an Alliance Agreement, which governs: o Brand and marketing compliance; and o Supply arrangements …
  8. 023 (late submission) - Coles ( PDF 533.15 KB )

    21 January 2013 - transactions with growers at the central wholesale produce markets, the main reason for the introduction of the ‘transparency’ … participants of the industry regardless of whether they have a written agreement. In contrast, access to a similar scheme under the Horticulture Code is available only to horticulture growers who have a written agreement in place with a wholesaler of horticulture …
  9. Companies behaving badly?

    13 July 2018 - into price fixing agreements a second Japanese shipping company, K-Line , pleaded guilty to criminal cartel conduct concerning … exploring. Meeting customer needs may not be the main way companies succeed Firm behaviour can be explained by the motive to earn … practices, and as a result the main three electricity retailers stopped door to door selling entirely. Recently, a number …
  10. How the ACCC ensures that you can make calls to people on all telephone networks ( PDF 167.27 KB | DOC 105.5 KB )

    19 December 2013 - do you benefit from the ACCC’s rules? Our main aim is to ensure that you have a choice of well-priced telephone services … OTA services where the telephone companies can’t reach agreement with each other. We set prices that allow companies … will need to connect with another telephone network. In Australia, there are four main types of networks that telephone …