CARTELS, MEDIA AND TELECOMMUNICATIONS - THE RAPIDLY CHANGING FACE OF AUSTRALIAN COMPETITION REGULATION

GRAEME SAMUEL

Abstract


[Australia’s Trade Practices Act is a piece of legislation that is constantly evolving to deal with the constantly evolving processes and practices of business – good and bad. Regardless of whether the country’s main tele- communications company, Telstra is privatised, or whether we get one or a hundred new TV channels or even abandon our TV sets for computer screens, the Trade Practices Act will continue, as it has done now for 30 years, to evolve with the economy to continue to protect and promote com- petition for the good of the Australian people.] 


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DOI: https://doi.org/10.21153/dlr2005vol10no2art290

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