Displaying items by tag: The Commerce Commission

New Zealand’s competition enforcement agency The Commerce Commission has issued a draft determination that HP New Zealand Limited (HP) should be allowed to engage in resale price maintenance (RPM) in relation to its proposed HP online stores and HP online marketplace stores. 

Published in Technology Regulation

New Zealand regulator and competition enforcement agency The Commerce Commission has filed proceedings at the High Court in Christchurch seeking declarations that consumer loan provider Moola engaged in cartel conduct relating to online advertising on Google Ads.

Published in Technology Regulation

New Zealand’s competition enforcement agency The Commerce Commission has laid down its expectations of the country’s fuel businesses ahead of a new regulatory regime taking effect in August.

Published in Technology Regulation

New Zealand’s competition enforcement agency The Commerce Commission has finalised its guidance for directors and senior managers of consumer credit providers and mobile traders on how to comply with the due diligence duty.

Published in Government Tech Policy

New Zealand’s largest telco Chorus will be able to earn revenues of NZ$689 million in 2022 increasing to NZ$786 million in 2024 under new revenue caps and price-quality guidelines for the telecoms sector announced by the country’s competition regulator, The Commerce Commission.

Published in Telecoms & NBN

New Zealand’s competition enforcement agency The Commerce Commission has issued a warning to power company Genesis Energy about billing errors concerning electricity line charges to business customers. 

Published in Energy

New Zealand’s competition enforcement agency The Commerce Commission is seeking public views on how it should prioritise its regulatory work program in a move aimed at helping the energy and airport sectors address upcoming issues including the country’s transition to a low-carbon economy and managing any continuing impact of COVID-19.

Published in Technology Regulation

New Zealand’s competition enforcement agency, The Commerce Commission, has issued a revised cartel leniency and immunity policy and revised template leniency agreement.

Published in Strategy

New Zealand’s competition enforcement agency has got tougher on the country’s cartels, with cartel conduct - including price fixing, market allocation and bid rigging - now punishable with a term of imprisonment of up to 7 years.

Published in Strategy

New Zealand’s competition enforcement agency, The Commerce Commission is seeking feedback on draft guidance for directors and senior managers of mobile traders and consumer credit providers on how to comply with the due diligence duty.

Published in Technology Regulation

New Zealand online lender Moola has agreed a settlement with the country’s competition regulator the Commerce Commission requiring it to credit or refund approximately $2.8 million to current and former borrowers, after acknowledging the Commission’s view that it charged unreasonable credit and default fees.

Published in Technology Regulation

New Zealand’s competition enforcement agency, The Commerce Commission has warned power lines company Horizon Energy for contravening its network quality standards through an excessive level of power outages in the 2017 and 2018 years.

Published in Energy

New Zealand’s competition enforcement agency and regulator The Commerce Commission has launched an online survey aimed at helping telecommunications stakeholders have their say on the next phase of regulation for fibre service providers.

Published in Telecoms & NBN

New Zealand’s competition regulator The Commerce Commission is proposing to impose levies totalling $15 million a year on the telecommunictions and fibre sectors to fund its regulation of businesses operating in the industries.

Published in Technology Regulation

New Zealand’s competition regulator The Commerce Commission has released a decision on its approach to determining the value of the financial losses to be incurred by fibre providers during the initial period of operating Ultra-Fast Broadband (UFB) networks before demand met supply.

Published in Technology Regulation

New Zealand’s major telcos Spark, Vodafone, Chorus, and 2degrees will collectively pay approximately 90% of the $10 million Telecommunications Development Levy (TDL) levy to be imposed on the telecommunications industry by the country’s competition regulator The Commerce Commission.

New Zealand’s competition regulator, The Commerce Commission, has released its first set of final decisions on the input methodologies that will apply to fibre fixed line access services, with new rules designed to safeguard consumers of fibre broadband.

Published in Technology Regulation

New Zealand’s competition regulator, The Commerce Commission, has released guuidance on how it will monitor and enforce obligations on telecommunication network operators to offer fibre and other wholesale services to retailers on an equivalent and non-discriminatory basis.

Published in Technology Regulation
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