Transparency is Not Just Good for Those Regulated, It Also Strengthens Enforcers—An ACCC Perspective

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Marcus Bezzi, Nicholas Heys, Jul 15, 2015

Now 40 years old, the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission—with its various predecessors—is one of the mature competition agencies. It has established a strong reputation for effectiveness and independence. It has gained this position because it has become well known as a strong advocate for consumers and competition. It is known as a tenacious and pro-active competition and consumer enforcer that usually succeeds in its enforcement actions. It is also perceived as willin…

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