The New Zealand telecommunications market is guided by the Telecommunications Act 2001 which regulates the supply of certain telecommunications services. Our role is to implement, monitor and enforce this legislation.
Input methodologies involve setting upfront regulatory rules, processes, requirements and evaluation criteria for services that are regulated under Part 4 of the Commerce Act.
The Commerce Commission has both an enforcement and adjudication role under Subpart 5 of Part 2 of the Dairy Industry Restructuring Act 2001.
The companies operating Auckland, Christchurch and Wellington International Airports are subject to information disclosure regulation, following regulatory provisions of Part 4 of the Commerce Act 1986 (the Act) from 14 October 2008.
Pan industry projects are concerned with generic issues that are central to the way the Commerce Commission regulates industries since the introduction of the Commerce Amendment Act 2008.
Find out more on current and previous inquiries and preliminary assessments, and information on the general process for inquiries under Part 4.
The Regulatory calendar shows the timelines for key deadlines in active Regulatory projects.
These fact sheets relate to our regulated industries.