Pricing

Fuel facts: what drives fuel prices in regional Australia?

Why fuel prices differ in between the city and the country and between country towns.

Fuel facts: Unleaded petrol

Factors that influence the price of unleaded petrol in Australia.

Fuel facts: diesel

Factors that influence the price of diesel fuel in Australia

Fuel facts: automotive LPG

Factors that influence the price of automotive liquefied petroleum gas in Australia

Component pricing - electrical goods, whitegoods and furniture advertising

This business snapshot will inform you about changes to the rules on component pricing that will require you to make clearer price representations to consumers.

Anti-competitive price signalling and information disclosures

The new provisions in the Competition and Consumer Act 2010 initially apply only to the banking sector, and only in relation to the taking of money on deposit and making advances of money or loans.

Price fixing

It is illegal for competitors to work together to fix prices rather than compete against each other. This conduct restricts competition, and can force prices up and reduce choices for consumers and other businesses.

Predatory pricing

Predatory pricing is one way in which a business may misuse its market power. Predatory pricing occurs when a company with substantial market power or share of a market sets is prices at a sufficiently low level with the purpose of damaging or forcing a competitor to withdraw from the market. This conduct is illegal.