The New Zealand Competition Authority reaches divestment agreement with car parks operator in 4-years old merger in order to settle competition concerns (Wilson Parking)

Wilson Parking agrees to divest car parks in settlement agreement with Commerce Commission* Wilson Parking New Zealand Limited (Wilson Parking) has agreed to divest the leases of three car parking facilities it currently operates in central Wellington, in a settlement agreement with the Commerce Commission. In June 2016, Wilson Parking New Zealand Limited acquired the long-term lease to operate the Capital car park (50-60 Boulcott Street), which comprised 659 parking bays available to the public. It did not apply for clearance from the Commission

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New Zealand Competition Authority, The New Zealand Competition Authority reaches divestment agreement with car parks operator in 4-years old merger in order to settle competition concerns (Wilson Parking), 21 October 2020, e-Competitions October 2020, Art. N° 97455

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