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ACCC says wording of Act makes prosecution difficult
AAP  |  MONDAY, 21 JUN 2004
... prosecute big businesses for misuse of market power. Australian Competition and Consumer Commission (ACCC) chairman Graeme Samuel on Sunday said there had been a lot of recent focus on the ACCC and section 46 of the Trades Practices Act which deals with ...
Market wrap
AAP  |  THURSDAY, 3 JUN 2004
... quiet both data wise and equities wise with a speech by the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission chairman Graeme Samuel the highlight of the scheduled day.
ACCC making progress in crackdown on cartels
AAP  |  THURSDAY, 19 FEB 2004
... was starting to bite with several whistleblowers coming forward, a Senate committee heard today. ACCC chairman Graeme Samuel said the watchdog was currently investigating more than 30 cartels operating in Australia after launching its crackdown in the ...
ACCC boss to target internet scams and cartel collusion
AAP  |  TUESDAY, 3 FEB 2004
Australia's chief consumer regulator Graeme Samuel said the two major campaigns for 2004 will be a crackdown on internet scams and the break-up of cartel collusion. Mr Samuel said the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission (ACCC) will conduct ...
ACCC to discontinue Qantas airlines matter
... action, following further legal advice and a further review of the domestic airlines market," said ACCC chairman Graeme Samuel. "Like all section 46 [misuse of market power] cases, final resolution in the courts of this matter would have been extremely ...
ACCC denies NAB proposal to takeover AMP
... reports this morning, the ACCC has not had recent contact with NAB in relation to this matter," said ACCC Chairman Graeme Samuel today. "Should an acquisition proposal be brought forward it would be dealt with in the normal manner, i.e. considered under ...
NAB confirms discussions with ACCC over AMP takeover
AAP  |  TUESDAY, 21 OCT 2003
... on to their stock in the expectation of a takeover bid valuing the company at about $7. In August, ACCC chairman Graeme Samuel said he thought wealth and funds management was an obvious area for investigation by the ACCC, with particular reference to ...
Consumer watchdog signals two-year ban on genetic testing
AAP  |  THURSDAY, 9 OCT 2003
... there is a public benefit in life insurers not coercing individuals to undergo genetic testing," ACCC chairman Graeme Samuel said. The ACCC is taking comments on its draft ruling before making a final decision. The two-year inquiry by the Australian ...
ACCC reject proposed air alliance, airlines to appeal
... proposed alliance would be highly anti-competitive and offer little benefit to the Australian public," ACCC chairman Graeme Samuel said. For some time the airlines have been the only effective competitors of the trans-Tasman route, Australia's largest ...
ACCC to announce Qantas-Air NZ fate tomorrow
WITH AAP  |  MONDAY, 8 SEP 2003
... carrier Qantas Airways Ltd and Air New Zealand. Australian Competition and Consumer Commission (ACCC) chairman Graeme Samuel will make the announcement in Sydney tomorrow morning. Qantas wants to be allowed to take a 22.5 per cent stake in Air New Zealand ...
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