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Australian Competition and Consumer Commission

Australian competition regulator

The Australian Competition and Consumer Commission (ACCC) is an independent authority of the Australian government. It was established in 1995 with the amalgamation of the Australian Trade Practices Commission (TPC) and the Prices Surveillance Authority to administer the Trade Practices Act 1974 (TPA) (Cth). Its mandate is to protect consumer rights, business rights and obligations, perform industry regulation and price monitoring and prevent illegal anti-competitive behaviour.

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The ACCC and energy regulator should monitor retail, financial contract and wholesale energy markets to halt anti-competitive conduct, a Senate committee says.
Credit: SBS - Published 2 days ago

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Consumers and the ACCC want to make it illegal to sell unsafe products in Australia. It isn't now, as the number of products containing potentially deadly button..
Credit: The Age - Published 1 week ago

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