We have prepared guidelines on the authorisation process for non-merger conduct to help businesses and their advisers lodge applications for authorisation, and interested parties to provide submissions in response to applications.
ACCCount details the ACCC's activities in the enforcement of the Competition and Consumer Act 2010, merger reviews, compliance actions, adjudication issues, economic regulation and international involvement.
This is the fourth interim report of the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission’s (ACCC) inquiry into gas supply arrangements in Australia. The ACCC has continued its focus on the operation of the East Coast Gas Market, where there are immediate and longer-term concerns.
When you buy goods or services in Australia you have consumer rights under the Australian Consumer Law. You have the same rights when you buy home care goods or services, or receive them through a government-funded Home Care Package.
This guide aims to help both new and existing businesses (including not-for-profit organisations) who provide home care to older Australians to understand their rights and obligations under the Competition and Consumer Act 2010 (CCA), including the Australian Consumer Law (ACL).
When you buy goods or services you have rights under the Australian Consumer Law. You have the same rights when you buy home care goods or services, or receive them through a government-funded Home Care Package. So whether you use your own money or government funding, it’s important to know your consumer rights.