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Bulletin is the Commission's bi-monthly stakeholder newsletter.
Our newsletter covers a mix of regulation, competition and consumer issues, and provides general updates on our work.
We have released a series of animated videos and quick guides to help businesses and procurers better understand competition law.
A guidance tool called Red Flags which makes it easier for consumer advocates to report unlawful lending to the Commission continues to gain traction and has been downloaded over 1,000 times.
In a significant ruling for the Commission, the High Court has held that courts can decide to re-open credit contracts of their own volition if they consider that the contract may be oppressive.
Welcome to this edition of Bulletin.
It’s been a busy final quarter in electricity distribution regulation.
We’ve been pleasantly surprised at the level of interest we’ve received in our free It’s All Good resources to teach teenagers their consumer rights.
Maths education company Auckland Academy of Learning Limited (AAL) has been fined $351,000 for conduct which the Judge described as “egregious”.
The Commerce Commission is releasing a series of Christmas videos to help consumers avoid Christmas shopping hassles this festive season.
We have been pleased with the response to our annual Consumer Issues Report for the year to 30 June 2017, which was released on 13 September.
The first ever conviction for unsubstantiated representations shows the importance of traders being able to back up the claims they make.