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Overhaul of competition law on the way?
The Nationals promise a wide-ranging overhaul of New Zealand's competition law as part of its Business Growth Agenda.
New Zealand
19 Jun 2014
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Competition and health services
The number of investigations into healthcare professionals illustrates the importance of competition in healthcare.
New Zealand
4 Mar 2012
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Getting to know your competitors - how close is too close?
The Guidelines for Trade Associations outlines arrangements between competitors that the Commerce Act does not permit.
New Zealand
18 Nov 2011
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Two year deferral of criminal sanctions in new cartel Bill
The new cartel criminalisation legislation proposes a phased approach in which criminal sanctions are delayed two years.
New Zealand
20 Oct 2011
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Loose lips sink ships - competition law limits on information exchange
Swapping information with competitors has always been fraught with legal risk
New Zealand
23 Jun 2011
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Criminalisation of Cartels
The proposed criminalisation of cartels makes the optimal design of competition law policy and enforcement an even more significant issue than it might otherwise be. This paper explores what will no doubt be a controversial proposition.
New Zealand
20 Sep 2010
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Commerce Commission Raises Awareness on Bid Rigging
The Commerce Commission has produced guidelines to assist purchasers to recognise and combat bid rigging.
New Zealand
20 Sep 2010
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