Competition in Australia faces big challenges* Significant challenges facing competition law and policy need to be confronted and solved if our market economy is to work for all Australians, ACCC Chair Rod Sims said today. Innovation, productivity and the welfare of Australians depends on there being an adequate level of competition. In a speech to the Competition Law and Economics Workshop jointly hosted by the University of South Australia and the ACCC, Mr Sims said three main competition issues needed to be addressed to protect the health of our economy: merger law reform, the need to prove the future
The Australian Competition Authority announces new big challenges for competition including merger law reform, the need to prove the future in competition cases, and the role of new regulation for digital platforms
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