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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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Guilty verdict for payday lender a reminder for reasonable fees

Published on 12 July 2016

Earlier this month, South Auckland payday lender Twenty Fifty Club Ltd and its sole director Gavin John Marsich were found guilty of 16 charges each in relation to their payday loan business.

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Welcome from Brent Alderton – July 2016

Published on 12 July 2016

Welcome to our July edition of Bulletin.

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Input methodologies review – draft decisions

Published on 12 July 2016

Over the past month we have published a significant amount of information on the input methodologies (IMs) review for businesses regulated under Part 4 of the Commerce Act.

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Commission takes non-compliant mobile traders to task

Published on 12 July 2016

As signalled in our Mobile Trader Report published last year, the Commission is bringing its enforcement powers to bear against mobile traders who continue to break the law.

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Electricity sector update: Profitability report and Orion’s CPP transition

Published on 12 July 2016

In a first for the Commission, we recently released a report detailing the profitability of electricity distribution businesses.

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Telecommunications update: Schedule 1 review findings and annual monitoring report

Published on 12 July 2016

This month we released our findings on the 5-yearly review of Schedule 1 of the Telecommunications Act 2001 and confirmed we will investigate whether Spark’s resale voice services should be deregulated.

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