The Australian Competition and Consumer Commission outlines its policy priorities for 2014 underlining that cartel conduct, anticompetitive agreements and misuse of market power will always be assessed as a primary concern

ACCC 2014 compliance and enforcement policy promises action on drip pricing* The Australian Competition and Consumer Commission has released its 2014 Compliance and Enforcement Policy. The policy outlines the ACCC's priority areas for the year and sets out the factors to be taken into account when deciding whether to pursue matters. Launching the policy a Committee for Economic Development of Australia (CEDA) in Sydney, ACCC Chairman Rod Sims said a strategic review confirmed many previously identified priorities and added some new areas. “Each year the ACCC focusses upon new and emerging issues. In 2014, this includes misleading

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Australian Competition Authority, The Australian Competition and Consumer Commission outlines its policy priorities for 2014 underlining that cartel conduct, anticompetitive agreements and misuse of market power will always be assessed as a primary concern, 21 February 2014, e-Competitions Bulletin February 2014, Art. N° 64122

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