The Australian Competition Authority seeks views on port terminal access arrangements at Newcastle (GrainCorp)

ACCC seeks views on GrainCorp’s port terminal access arrangements at Newcastle* The Australian Competition and Consumer Commission is seeking views on whether the scope of regulation of GrainCorp’s bulk grain port terminal in Newcastle should be reduced due to the presence of other bulk export grain facilities at the Port of Newcastle. The ACCC is inviting submissions on GrainCorp’s application to vary its Access Undertaking for its Carrington grain terminal. The ACCC’s assessment will examine the level of competition faced by GrainCorp’s port in Newcastle, and whether it is appropriate to remove existing Undertaking obligations as a result, against the relevant matters in Part IIIA of the Competition and Consumer Act. GrainCorp has proposed that its Carrington terminal in Newcastle be

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Australian Competition Authority, The Australian Competition Authority seeks views on port terminal access arrangements at Newcastle (GrainCorp), 12 December 2013, e-Competitions Bulletin December 2013, Art. N° 61618

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