12 November 1999In the Auckland High Court today Acer Computer New Zealand Limited admitted that it breached the Commerce Act by trying to stop two wholesalers discounting Acer scanners.
19 October 1999Commerce Commission action has stopped potential breaches of the Commerce Act by the Auckland Rescue Helicopter Trust (ARHT) and the Order of Saint John Auckland Region (OSJ).
6 October 1999The Auckland High Court today found that the Commerce Commission has proved its case that Caltex (NZ) Limited, Mobil Oil New Zealand Limited and Shell New Zealand Limited had acted anti-competitively and breached the Commerce Act by price fixing.
Commission action will increase competition in dairy breeding markets, Dairy Board subsidiary gives undertakings
9 September 1999A Commerce Commission investigation of Dairy Board subsidiary, Livestock Improvement Corporation (LIC), will increase competition in dairy breeding markets.
29 August 1999The Commerce Commission's case alleging price fixing by oil companies Caltex (NZ) Limited, Mobil Oil New Zealand Limited and Shell New Zealand Limited goes to trial in the Auckland High Court tomorrow (Monday August 30).
13 August 1999The Commerce Commission today authorised proposed arrangements that will provide a process for determining common elements of quality for electricity transmission.
2 August 1999The Commerce Commission will continue to monitor the pipfruit industry to ensure that competition can develop effectively should the Government go ahead with its proposed deregulation of the industry.
23 July 1999The Commerce Commission conference to gather information about the proposed arrangements for determining security policy for the national electricity grid will be held in Wellington on Wednesday, July 28.
2 July 1999The Commerce Commission has identified what it considers to be the critical issues for its price control study of Auckland, Wellington and Christchurch International Airports.
30 June 1999The Commerce Commission's preliminary view is that the proposed arrangement for determining the quality levels for electricity traded across the national grid does not lessen competition and the Commission would authorise it.
23 June 1999Commerce Commission action against the New Zealand Collision Repair Association has ensured that savings on car parts will be passed on to an insurance company paying for repairs and, ultimately, to the company's customers.
11 June 1999The Commerce Commission has released an indicative timetable for Transpower New Zealand Limited's new application for authorisation of the agreement relating to the security of the national electricity grid.
30 April 1999The Auckland High Court today imposed the second highest Commerce Act penalties to date, a total of $700,000, after two animal health remedies companies admitted they had breached the Commerce Act by fixing prices for some of their products in 1996.
10 February 1999A settlement between the Commerce Commission, Ansett Express couriers and the airline Ansett New Zealand is intended to reduce the barriers to entry into the domestic same day airfreight market.