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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 – March 2017

Published on 10 March 2017

Welcome to the first edition of Bulletin for 2017 – it is hard to believe it is March already.

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US Antitrust expert to present at Competition Matters 2017

Published on 10 March 2017

Leading US Antitrust expert Professor Spencer Weber Waller is a key note speaker at this year’s Competition Matters conference.

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Warning for telcos

Published on 10 March 2017

Complaints about telecommunications companies (telcos) are on the rise, and so too is the Commission’s focus on telco compliance with consumer laws.

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Pricing problems a 2017 priority

Published on 10 March 2017

The Commission is taking a close look at pricing this year, building on two high profile cases.

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Telecommunications Act Review

Published on 10 March 2017

The Government is currently undertaking a review of the Telecommunications Act 2001, looking at the underlying regulatory settings for communications markets.

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Gas price path decision out for consultation

Published on 10 March 2017

Late last month we released our draft decisions on the default price-quality paths (DPP) for gas pipeline services.

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Powerco’s customised price path

Published on 10 March 2017

Electricity distribution businesses play a key role in ensuring New Zealanders have reliable and safe access to electricity. We have a number of regulatory responsibilities in the sector.

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