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Every two months the Commerce Commission publishes feature articles in the newsletter Bulletin – News direct from the Commerce Commission.

The Bulletin covers a mix of regulation and competition issues. Articles inform about the Commission's thinking, feature case studies and general Commission news. The newsletter also contains updates on consultations, highlight new resources on our website and international news.

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New approach generates strong response to IMs review problem definition stage

Published on 23 September 2015

The Input Methodolgies Review is progressing well and we are pleased to hear from stakeholders that they have found our new approach to the process valuable so far.  

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Welcome from Brent Alderton – September 2015

Published on 21 September 2015

Welcome to our September edition of Bulletin.

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Mobile traders in the spotlight

Published on 21 September 2015

In our May 2015 edition of Bulletin we talked about the progress we had made eight months into our year-long project looking at mobile traders, commonly known as truck shops.

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Putting the brake on unsafe chainsaws

Published on 21 September 2015

Under the Fair Trading Act, the Commission enforces a number of bans relating to unsafe products. Chainsaws without a chain brake were added to the Unsafe Goods Notice in 2012 because of the high risk of injury they pose and the increasing number of accidents being reported.

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A warning to small businesses

Published on 21 September 2015

The Commission remains focused on protecting consumers from being scammed or misled by traders after two recent cases where New Zealand small businesses were targeted.

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Competition Matters 2015

Published on 21 September 2015

The Commission’s competition and regulation conference, Competition Matters 2015 was held in July in Wellington and attracted speakers and delegates from around the world.

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