ACCC clamps down on Coles, Woolworths

The Australian Competition and Consumer Commission has announced that agreement had been reached with Coles Group Limited and Woolworths Limited to phase out all restrictive provisions in supermarket leases.

MCS buyout scuttled by ACCC

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The Australian Competition and Consumer Commission has blocked the proposed acquisition of container park operator Maritime Container Services by POTA NSW Pty Ltd, part owned by DP World and Chris Corrigan’s KFM.

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ACCC defends Coles, Woolworths

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Graeme Samuel, chair of the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission called for a ‘reality check’ in the debate around food inflation and the dominance of two players in the grocery market.

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ACCC probe into the wheat export supply chain

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The Australian Competition and Consumer Commission is inviting submissions from participants in the wheat export industry on proposed undertakings lodged in relation to access to port terminal services for bulk wheat export.

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More airlines fined for cargo collusion

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Court orders airlines to pay a total of AUD16 million in penalties for price fixing.

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ACCC shoots down Air New Zealand, Air Canada cooperation agreement

The Australian Competition and Consumer Commission has denied authorisation to Air New Zealand and Air Canada to give effect to a proposed cooperation agreement.

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Qantas to pay ACCC $22m penalty for price fixing

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Qantas to pay ACCC $22m penalty for price fixing

Qantas has agreed to pay a fine of $22 million in order to settle its liability resulting from alleged price fixing within its freight division.

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Go-ahead for Flinders

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Go-ahead for Flinders

The Australian Competition and Consumer Commission (ACCC) has decided not to intervene in the proposed joint venture between Flinders Ports and DP World, SA.

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Albanese talks tough on major retailers

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Major retailers’ refusal to pass a fuel levy on to truck drivers is illegal and the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission (ACCC) may take action to tackle this, federal infrastructure minister Anthony Albanese has said.

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ACCC seeks submissions on Flinders Ports, DP World venture

ACCC has called for comments from the market on a proposed joint venture between Flinders Ports Pty Ltd and DP World (SA) Pty Ltd.

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