The Commerce Commission has granted clearance for international building materials manufacturers & suppliers Gebr Knauf KG of Germany and USG Corp of the US to merge, subject to a divestment undertaking. In January, Knauf also entered into an agreement to acquire the EMEA (Europe, Middle East & Africa) & APAC (Asia-Pacific) businesses of another US […]
The Commerce Commission said yesterday it had filed High Court proceedings against Tauranga company Linsa Finance Ltd, seeking orders that it return costs of borrowing totalling about $680,000 for over 1700 loan contracts.
The Commerce Commission said last week it had filed proceedings in the Wellington High Court against gas network operator First Gas Ltd for anti-competitive conduct in acquiring the Bay of Plenty assets of GasNet Ltd.
2 Hamilton real estate agencies & their directors will face penalties in the 5-year-old agency price-fixing case following a decision of the Court of Appeal released on Friday.
Steel & Tube Holdings Ltd followed the Commerce Commission back into court yesterday as both filed appeals against a fine imposed last month relating to the company’s steel mesh.
Steel & Tube Holdings Ltd was fined $1.885 million in the Auckland District Court yesterday for breaching the Fair Trading Act by making false & misleading representations.