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27 February 2020

COVID-19: Commerce Commission ‘won’t tolerate' unscrupulous antics (25 March 2020)

25 March 2020 The Commerce Commission says it will not tolerate “unscrupulous businesses” using COVID-19 as an excuse for non-essential collusion or anti-competitive behaviour.Chair Anna Rawlings says this includes sharing information on pricing or strategy where it isn’t necessary while an Alert Level 4 situation exists.The Commission has welcomed... More about COVID-19: Commerce Commission ‘won’t tolerate' unscrupulous antics.

Employment Relations Authority outlines operations during Level 4 (25 March 2020)

25 March 2020 The Employment Relations Authority says it has postponed all investigation meetings scheduled for the next four weeks up to and including 24 April 2020.Some cases may continue: Authority Members will consider whether investigations of some matters can continue sooner through use of telephone conference, audio-visual link... More about Employment Relations Authority outlines operations during Level 4.

Last updated on the 27th February 2020