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Australian Competition and Consumer Commission

Regulation & Compliance

body monitoring Australian trade practices in Australia, an independent statutory body responsible for monitoring trade practices. It was established in November 1995 as a result of the merger of the Trade Practices Commission and the Prices Surveillance Authority.

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