Watchdog targets 'anti-competitive' ports deal involving NSW government

Watchdog targets 'anti-competitive' ports deal involving NSW government
 

Australia’s competition watchdog is launching legal action against the owners of two New South Wales ports over what it says is an anti-competitive deal with the state government.
The Australian Competition and Consumer Commission on Monday confirmed it had instituted proceedings in the federal court against NSW Ports – which operates Port Botany and Port Kembla – for making agreements with the NSW government when it was privatised in 2013 that the ACCC alleges had an anti-competitive purpose and effect.
The deal contained provisions that would effectively compensate NSW Ports if the Port... read more

 
10 December 2018 in World News, Views: 60
Source: Guardian
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