On 24 February 2017, the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission (ACCC) announced its Enforcement and Compliance Policy for 2017.
There are no real surprises in the ACCC’s priorities for 2017.
In outlining its compliance and enforcement priorities for 2017, the ACCC has expressly acknowledged that consumer advocacy group, CHOICE, has played a significant role in drawing ACL matters to the ACCC’s attention, many of which have resulted in ACCC prosecutions.
You should review and update your competition and consumer law compliance program now or at the very least after the Harper Reforms come into effect later this year.
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