The Australian Competition Authority proposes not to allow a camping industry association’s loyalty program due to its conditions amounting to exclusive dealing (Caravanning Queensland)

Caravanning Queensland’s proposed ‘loyalty program’ raises competition concerns* The ACCC proposes not to allow plans by Caravan Trade and Industries Association of Queensland (Caravanning Queensland) to offer a ‘loyalty program’ to its members. Under the program, Caravanning Queensland would offer discounted fees to exhibit at its own caravanning trade shows on the condition that members do not take part in competing events. The ACCC intends to revoke an exclusive dealing notification lodged by Caravanning Queensland about the ‘loyalty program’ because it raises serious competition concerns. “We disagree with Caravanning Queensland’s claim that

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Australian Competition Authority, The Australian Competition Authority proposes not to allow a camping industry association’s loyalty program due to its conditions amounting to exclusive dealing (Caravanning Queensland), 17 June 2020, e-Competitions July 2020, Art. N° 95515

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