The Australian Competition Tribunal denies authorisation for collective bargaining by ten coal producers and their trade body with national port (NSW Minerals Council / Port of Newcastle)

Tribunal denies authorisation for collective bargaining at Port of Newcastle* The Australian Competition Tribunal has today denied authorisation for the NSW Minerals Council and ten mining companies to collectively negotiate the terms and conditions, including price, of access to the Port of Newcastle to export coal and other minerals. The Tribunal’s determination sets aside the ACCC’s decision from August 2020 which granted authorisation for collective bargaining at the

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Australian Competition Authority, The Australian Competition Tribunal denies authorisation for collective bargaining by ten coal producers and their trade body with national port (NSW Minerals Council / Port of Newcastle), 18 February 2022, e-Competitions February 2022, Art. N° 105780

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