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  1. Populism and the CCA

    30 November 2017 - surcharges, the Government gave us many important inquiries to run in electricity, gas and banking … I could use this entire …
  2. Thai Airways to pay $7.5 million in penalties for price fixing

    17 December 2012 - that they engaged in cartel conduct related to fuel and other surcharges. As part of the settlement, Thai Airways has admitted to reaching and giving effect to price fixing understandings related to a fuel surcharge, security surcharge and customs fee …
  3. ACCCount-Oct-to-Dec-2018-quarter ( PDF 771.74 KB )

    15 February 2019 - Document title] ACCCount A report of the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission’s activities 1 October to 31 December 2018 ii Australian Competition and Consumer Commission 23 Marcus Clarke Street, Canberra, Australian Capital Territory 2601 © Commonwealth of Australia 2017 ISBN 978-1-921973-73-4 This work is copyright. Apart from any use permitted by the Copyright Act 1968, no part may b …
  4. 142 (late 19 Mar) - Queensland Consumers Association (sub.2) (4 pages) ( PDF 76.02 KB )

    17 January 2013 - in the USA, especially its importance in helping consumers to recognise and cope with practices such as surcharges for larger … in many other states. Also, in relation to the quantity surcharge issue, (but the argument also applies to other issues) Wall … to a quantity surcharge. First, as mentioned above, consumers are not aware of the existence of quantity surcharges and assume …
  5. Cathay Pacific and Singapore Airlines to pay $23 million in penalties for price fixing

    7 December 2012 - alleging that they engaged in cartel conduct, including in relation to fuel and other surcharges applied to the carriage … Arriving at, and giving effect to, price understandings relating to a fuel surcharge, security surcharge, and customs fee … and security surcharge for airfreight services between Singapore and Australia; and Attempting to make a price fixing arrangement …
  6. Misleading menus invite Infringement notices

    1 July 2010 - 1 July 2010 Update: Following legislative amendments in 2013, restaurants, cafes and bistros that charge a surcharge on certain days do not need to provide a separate menu or price list or have a separate price column with the surcharge factored in. However, the menu must include the words “a surcharge of [percentage] applies on [the specified day or days]” …
  7. ACCCount - June 2017 quarter ( PDF 631.77 KB )

    21 August 2017 - insurance surcharges and a customs fee, for the carriage of air freight from origin ports in Hong Kong (both airlines …  ensuring compliance by business with new excessive payment surcharge laws  consumer issues arising from commission based sales …
  8. Received ( PDF 1.28 MB )

    26 July 2016 - Form A Form A Commonwealth of Australia Competition and Consumer Act 2010 — subsections 88 (1A) and (1) EXCLUSIONARY PROVISIONS AND ASSOCIATED CARTEL PROVISIONS: APPLICATION FOR AUTHORISATION To the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission: Application is hereby made under subsection(s) 88 (1A)/88 (1) of the Competition and Consumer Act 2010 for an authorisation: • to make a contract or arra …
  9. Analysis of performance: Working with partners

    17 October 2016 - developments Competition and Consumer Amendment (Payment Surcharges) Act 2015 The Competition and Consumer Amendment (Payment Surcharges) Act 2015 will prohibit merchants from charging a surcharge beyond their cost to accept a payment type. The Act … surcharges was published in June 2016. Treasury Legislation Amendment (Small Business and Unfair Contract Terms) Act 2015 …
  10. Enhancing competition in retail

    28 September 2016 - for retailers: adjusting to new bans on excessive payment surcharges, new labelling requirements around country of origin labelling …