Search Results for "australian competition and consumer commission"
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May 16, 2018, Wednesday | International
Both the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission (ACCC) and the country's Privacy Commissioner said they were reviewing the report's findings
May 27, 2016, Friday | International
It would look at the impact of the takeover on newspaper prices
March 28, 2012, Wednesday | Technology
Apple’s hot-selling new iPad hit a hurdle in Australia on Tuesday as the country’s consumer affairs regulator accused the company of misleading promotions.
September 16, 2010, Thursday | Opinion
Rio/BHP: Perhaps, in the excitement of all the other things they are doing, they had simply forgotten about it. Perhaps they can now see the clear anti-competitive angles which had somehow eluded them in the past.
September 10, 2010, Friday | Finance
National Australia Bank Ltd’s planned A$13.3 billion ($12.2 billion) takeover of asset manager Axa Asia Pacific Holdings Ltd was blocked a second time by the regulator, clearing the way for AMP Ltd to renew its challenge.
September 05, 2018, Wednesday | Economy & Policy
The regulator observed from the DG's report that while there is a reference to Max's alleged conduct as being akin to 'aftermarket abuse'
February 28, 2018, Wednesday | Companies
It affects vehicles made by Ford, GM Holden, Mercedes-Benz, Tesla, Jaguar, Land Rover, Volkswagen, Audi and Skoda
June 21, 2016, Tuesday | Companies
Grasim had signed an agreement with Future Consumer Enterprise for sale of its consumer products division on a slump sale basis
September 03, 2015, Thursday | Opinion
Questions about Competition Commission's investigation of Google
June 28, 2015, Sunday | Opinion
It is a basic principle of law that no action shall be taken without providing a hearing to the affected party. This principle, called the law of natural justice, is "flexible" according to situations, and it need not be followed as an empty ...
April 17, 2015, Friday | Opinion
In purely economic and legal terms, net neutrality is a flawed idea. Its politics is based on user greed
November 26, 2014, Wednesday | Opinion
Consumer goods companies that boycott discounted sales of their products by e-tailers could be liable for scrutiny by the competition regulator for restricting free trade and customer choice
September 15, 2014, Monday | Opinion
'Pay-for-delay' settlements between drug patent-holders and generics manufacturers to delay the launch of cheaper generic medicine are increasingly being scrutinised by antitrust regulators
September 13, 2014, Saturday | Companies
With dissatisfied apartment buyers increasingly seeking legal redress for possession delays, real estate companies are being forced to take heed
April 27, 2013, Saturday | Economy & Policy
Says the regulator should have more teeth for redressal of consumer grievances
October 06, 2012, Saturday | Finance
The mandatory reference of mergers and acquisitions (M&As) in the financial sector to the Competition Commission of India (CCI) will be good for consumer protection, as it will check monopolistic tendencies, senior bankers said.
September 15, 2010, Wednesday | Opinion
The Supreme Court has set deadlines for completing probes and passing final orders to help companies in the dock
May 25, 2010, Tuesday | Opinion
Too much competition has its problems, but there is no better alternative
January 27, 2009, Tuesday | Economy & Policy
The Ministry of Consumer Affairs has moved a Cabinet note for setting up the National Consumer Protection Authority (NCPA), which is likely to hear a majority of cases that are before India’s anti-monopoly body.