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ACCC Expresses Concerns about ANZ Terminals, GrainCorp Deal

GrainCorp

ACCC has raised "preliminary" concerns about ANZ Terminals’ acquisition of GrainCorp's liquid terminals.

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DP World, Hutchison and VICT Remove Unfair Contract Terms

Contract amendments

DP World, Hutchison Ports and VICT would remove potentially unfair contract terms, ACCC said.

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NCC's Preliminary View on Newcastle Port Raises Concerns

Port of Newcastle bulk terminal

ACCC: National Competition Council’s (NCC’s) draft recommendation on Port of Newcastle raises concerns.

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ACCC: NSW Ports' Deeds Are Anti-Competitive and Illegal

Port of Newcastle - Container Terminal concept illustration

ACCC has taken legal action against NSW Ports for allegedly making anti-competitive and illegal deals.

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Stevedores’ Profitability Down But Infrastructure Charges Up

stevedore

Profitability of stevedores falling despite increases in infrastructure charges, ACCC said in a report.

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ACCC: Port of Newcastle Should Reduce Charge for Glencore

Newcastle

Newcastle Port should reduce its current charge for ships entering the port to carry Glencore's coal, ACCC determined. 

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Carnival’s Brisbane Terminal Gets Conditional Approval

Port of Brisbane

ACCC has cleared Carnival's project to develop a new cruise terminal in the Port of Brisbane under two conditions.

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K Line Pleads Guilty to Criminal Cartel Conduct in Australia

PCTC Hawaiian Highway

Japan's shipping major K Line has pleaded guilty to criminal cartel conduct in Australia's Federal Court, ACCC said.

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ACCC to Conditionally OK Carnival-Brisbane Terminal Deal

ACCC is proposing to allow a deal between the Port of Brisbane and Carnival to build a cruise terminal.

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ACCC: No Interim Authorisation for Brisbane Cruise Terminal

The Australian Competition and Consumer Commission (ACCC) has decided not to grant interim authorisation to Port of ...

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NYK Fined for Criminal Cartel Conduct in Australia

The Australian Federal Court has convicted Japanese shipping company Nippon Yusen Kabushiki Kaisha (NYK) of ...

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Glencore Asks for Arbitration on Dispute with Newcastle Port

Sydney-based mining company Glencore Coal Assets Australia (Glencore) has called for an arbitration to settle ...

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Container Stevedoring Prices in Australia Hit New Low

An increased competition in Australia’s container stevedoring has pushed prices to their lowest level in ...

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ACCC OKs Bids for 50-Year Lease of Port of Melbourne

After it looked into potential cross-ownership interests and vertical relationships related to the Port of ...

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ACCC: NYK Pleads Guilty to Criminal Cartel Conduct

Japanese shipping company Nippon Yusen Kabushiki Kaisha (NYK) has pleaded guilty to criminal cartel conduct in ...

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ACCC: Industry Members Voice Concerns over Asciano Sale

The sale of the Australian freight logistics company Asciano Limited has given rise to a number of concerns, which ...

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ACCC Clears Viterra’s LTA Proposal

The Australian Competition and Consumer Commission has given the green light to Viterra’s proposal to introduce ...

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ACCC Nods to Shell’s BG Takeover

The Australian Competition and Consumer Commission (ACCC) announced that it will not oppose the proposed USD 70 ...

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Australian Watchdog Concerned over Shell’s BG Takeover

The Australian Competition and Consumer Commission (ACCC) has expressed its concerns over the proposed USD 70 ...

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Port Privatisations Threat to Australian Stevedoring?

Increased competition is delivering improvements in Australian stevedoring, according to the 16th annual container ...

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