The Australian Government proposes a comprehensive reform of competition policy

Australia is currently leading the world’s “Group of 20” economies (the G20) at a critical stage in the evolution of the world economy. In that context, Australia is taking the opportunity to make its mark on the future direction of global economic policy. A Communiqué brokered by Australia in February 2014 at the G20 meeting in Sydney specifically mentions the promotion of competition to realise productivity gains. The Australian context to the Communiqué is important. The centre-right coalition Government in Australia (the Coalition) is currently undertaking an ambitious “root and branch” review of Australian competition law and policy, known as the “Harper Review”. That initiative gave effect to a commitment in the 2013 Australian federal election that the Coalition would seek to boost

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  • Norton Rose Fulbright (Sydney)

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Martyn Taylor, The Australian Government proposes a comprehensive reform of competition policy , 1er février 2014, e-Competitions February 2014, Art. N° 72320

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