The New Zealand Competition Authority issues warning and puts consumer electronics sector on notice over resale price maintenance

Commission issues warning, puts consumer electronics sector on notice over resale price maintenance* The Commerce Commission has concluded an investigation into allegations that manufacturers of consumer televisions were engaging in resale price maintenance (RPM), which is illegal. RPM occurs when a supplier of goods enforces, or tries to enforce, a minimum price at which the reseller must on-sell those goods. Following the investigation, the Commission has issued Panasonic with a warning. The Commission believes Panasonic

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New Zealand Competition Authority, The New Zealand Competition Authority issues warning and puts consumer electronics sector on notice over resale price maintenance, 23 June 2022, e-Competitions June 2022, Art. N° 107322

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