The Australian Competition and Consumer Commission (ACCC) announced its 2023-24 Compliance and Enforcement Priorities this week.  The priorities are weighted towards protecting consumers in a year characterised by inflationary pressures, particularly with respect to essential services, the "integrity" of environmental claims and "manipulative" practices in the digital economy. The ACCC's enduring focus
The Australian Competition Authority announces new compliance and enforcement priorities geared towards promoting competitive markets and protecting consumers in response to current economic challenges
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