The ACCC has issued a draft determination proposing to re-authorise Myer to invite 'concession stores', which operate separate businesses within Myer stores and/or sell through Myer’s online retail store, to take part in Myer promotions.
The ACCC has decided not to object to the notification lodged by Mood Media Australia Pty Ltd (Mood Media) on behalf of itself and Stingray Group Inc (Stingray Group) to enable them to collectively negotiate the terms and conditions of music licence agreements with APRA AMCOS.
The ACCC has issued a final determination re-authorising David Jones department stores to invite “concession stores”, which operate separate businesses within David Jones stores and/or sell through David Jones' online retail store, to take part in David Jones promotions.
The ACCC has previously granted authorisation to David Jones for substantially the same conduct three times, each time for five years. The current authorisation is due to expire on 17 April 2019, which is why David Jones is seeking re-authorisation.
The ACCC has issued a draft determination proposing to re-authorise David Jones department stores to invite “concession stores”, which operate separate businesses within David Jones stores and/or sell through David Jones' online retail store, to take part in David Jones promotions.
The ACCC has granted interim authorisation to allow the Recruitment, Consulting & Staffing Association Limited (RCSA) to continue to give effect to RCSA’s previously authorised Professional Conduct Regime.
The Australian Competition and Consumer Commission has released an issues paper seeking views on whether to exempt GrainCorp Operations Limited (GrainCorp) from certain parts of the Code at its port terminal facility at Portland.
The ACCC has released a final determination granting authorisation to Central Highlands Regional Council and Isaac Regional Council (the Applicants) to jointly tender, and enter in a contract or contracts, for the acquisition of waste collection services until 4 October 2029.
The ACCC and Gas Market Reform Group (GMRG) have today released a joint paper on measures to improve the transparency of the east coast gas market.
The joint paper follows an announcement by the then Prime Minister in March 2017 for the ACCC and GMRG to work together to advise on options to quickly improve transparency across the gas supply chain.
In keeping with the Prime Minister’s announcement, the ACCC and GMRG have worked together to identify the information deficiencies in the east coast gas market and the measures that could be taken to address these.