The New Zealand Commerce Commission issues final report on the effectiveness of the information disclosure regulation in relation to international airport (Christchurch)

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Commission issues final report on Christchurch International Airport* The Commerce Commission has released its final report to the Ministers of Commerce and Transport on the effectiveness of the information disclosure regulation in relation to Christchurch International Airport. This report completes the review of each of the three airports regulated under Part 4 of the Commerce Act, required by section 56G of the Act. “Overall, information disclosure regulation appears to have had little influence on Christchurch Airport’s conduct or performance”, said Commerce Commission deputy Chair Sue Begg. “Given the charges that Christchurch Airport has set, which were based on a 20 year pricing approach, our conclusion is that information disclosure regulation is not limiting excessive

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New Zealand Competition Authority, The New Zealand Commerce Commission issues final report on the effectiveness of the information disclosure regulation in relation to international airport (Christchurch), 13 février 2014, e-Competitions February 2014, Art. N° 63880

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