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

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Welcome from Brent Alderton – May 2016

Published on 13 May 2016

Welcome to the second edition of Bulletin for 2016.

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Supreme Court backs Commission on credit fees

Published on 13 May 2016

The long-running Motor Trade Finance Limited (MTF) and Sportzone Motorcycles Limited’s credit fees case has finally reached its conclusion in the Supreme Court.

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New Competition and Regulation General Managers appointed

Published on 13 May 2016

Following an intensive international recruitment process, we are delighted to have appointed two outstanding new General Managers to the Commission’s senior leadership team.

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Judge finds “New Zealand made” claims on supplements misleading

Published on 13 May 2016

A High Court ruling earlier this month has set an important precedent for New Zealand businesses that make claims about the country of origin of their products. The decision makes it clear that a “New Zealand made” representation may be a representation about where the raw ingredients come from.

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Upcoming regulation announcements

Published on 13 May 2016

Regulation Branch is busy preparing the release of three separate reports over the next month.

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Commerce Commission’s credit law enforcement moves up a notch

Published on 13 May 2016

The Commission has been actively enforcing last year’s changes to consumer credit laws, with four mobile trader prosecutions so far in 2016 and two on-going projects to check lender compliance.

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