The New Zealand Competition Authority publishes a report on the construction and building supplies sector, indicating a focus on competition will be beneficial in promoting safe, healthy, and durable homes

NZ homeowners and building supplies sector will benefit from focus on competition* Commission Final Report says opening-up opportunities for new products and new methods is essential. The Commerce Commission’s final report from a year-long market study into residential building supplies sets out nine recommendations to improve competition and produce better long-term outcomes for New Zealand homeowners and those involved in the industry. Commission Chair, John Small, says the recommendations aim to provide tangible improvements in competition for key building supplies, without undermining the essential policy objectives of the building regulatory system – focused on promoting safe, healthy and durable homes. “Ensuring the building regulatory system continues to deliver quality

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New Zealand Competition Authority, The New Zealand Competition Authority publishes a report on the construction and building supplies sector, indicating a focus on competition will be beneficial in promoting safe, healthy, and durable homes, 6 December 2022, e-Competitions December 2022, Art. N° 109848

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