The ACCC has a Chair, two Deputy Chairs, and four Commissioners. Their appointment to the ACCC involves participation by the Commonwealth, and state and territory governments.
Participating in international liaison assists the ACCC meet its objective of making markets work.
Growers and traders need to comply with the Horticulture Code when buying and selling horticulture produce.
Businesses need to comply with the Unit Pricing Code if they sell certain food-based grocery items. Grocery retailers are required to display a unit price so that consumers can make informed choices.
We regulate some national infrastructure services (such as communications, bulk water and energy) and monitor other markets where there is limited competition.
We regulate some national infrastructure services (such as communications, energy and bulk water) and monitor in other markets where there is limited competition.
The ACCC is responsible for the economic regulation of the communications sector, including telecommunications and the National Broadband Network (NBN), broadcasting and content sectors.
The ACCC has functions in regulating the rural water industry in the Murray Darling Basin.
The ACCC has key responsibilities in the regulation of postal services.
The ACCC monitors and publishes information relating to prices, costs, profits and service quality of aeronautical services and facilities at Australia’s five largest airports.