The Australian Competition Authority rejects a company’s proposal to set minimum resale prices for power tools, accessories, and attachments (Stanley Black & Decker)

Proposal to set minimum advertised prices for Dewalt power tools rejected* The ACCC has issued a final notice rejecting a proposal by Stanley Black & Decker to set a minimum advertised price for Dewalt brand power tools, accessories and attachments. The ACCC has assessed Stanley Black & Decker’s resale price maintenance notification and concluded that any public benefits that resulted from setting minimum advertised prices for the Dewalt products would not outweigh the likely detriments. Stanley Black & Decker lodged the resale price maintenance notification with the ACCC on 17 October 2019. On 27 March 2020, the ACCC issued a draft notice proposing to revoke the notification and

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Australian Competition Authority, The Australian Competition Authority rejects a company’s proposal to set minimum resale prices for power tools, accessories, and attachments (Stanley Black & Decker), 4 June 2020, e-Competitions July 2020, Art. N° 95295

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