Competition Law Policy in New Zealand ebook
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Rex Ahdar joined the Faculty in September 1985 as a Lecturer. His current teaching: Competition Law, Contract Law, Law and the Sports Industry and Law and Religion. His books include: Competition Law and Policy in New Zealand (Law Book Co, 1991); God and Government: The New Zealand Experience (Otago University Press, 2000) (with John Stenhouse); Law and Religion (Ashgate, 2000); Worlds Colliding: Conservative Christians and the Law (Ashgate, 2001) (Routledge, 2017); Shari'a in the West (Oxford University Press, 2010) (with Nicholas.
NEW ZEALAND (1st September 2003 – 31 August 2003). TABLE OF CONTENTS Executive summary. 1. This report summarises the major developments in New Zealand’s competition law, the enforcement of that law and in competition policy generally, over the period 1 September 2002 to 31 August 2003. 2. During the reporting period, no changes were made to the Commerce Act, New Zealand’s key competition statute.
The Role of Antitrust Policy in the Development of Australian-New Zealand Free Trade.
International Journal of Law, Policy and the Family 10 (2), 177-204, 1996. The Role of Antitrust Policy in the Development of Australian-New Zealand Free Trade. God and Government: The New Zealand Experience. RJ Ahdar, J Stenhouse. Otago University Press, 2000.
Antitrust policy in new zealand. 38. Portions of this "Rationale" section were published previously in Rex J. Ahdar, American Antitrust in New Zealand, 36 ANTITRUST BULL. Although New Zealand has had competition laws for almost as long as the United States, the prevailing economic and social climate during the greater part of this century caused the New Zealand laws to languish. How-ever, a virtual revolution in economic thinking in the 1980s, inspired by the Labour administration of 1984, has resurrected New Zealand competition law from its dormant, if not moribund, state.
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New Zealand competition law’s per se prohibition upon group boycotts (contracts, arrangements or understandings containing an exclusionary provision), s 29 of the Commerce Act 1986, is destined for the scrap heap
New Zealand competition law’s per se prohibition upon group boycotts (contracts, arrangements or understandings containing an exclusionary provision), s 29 of the Commerce Act 1986, is destined for the scrap heap. Proponents of its repeal contend that its infrequent use and attenuated reach means its absence will not be missed, that hitherto s 29 has had a damaging chilling effect upon commercial activity and that the apparent ability of other provisions in the Act (especially the enhanced cartel offence) to fill the vacuum will assuage any lingering concerns.
In modern New Zealand, public interest, debate, or for that matter, consternation over matters religious is rare: religion, God, and ‘all that church stuff’ is not a pressing concern in the lives of most of its . million citizens. million citizens View. The Topography of Shari’a in the Western Political Landscape.
t; Tony Dellow and John Fcil, "Competition Law and Trans-Tasman Trade" in Rex Ahdar (ed), Competition Law and Policy in New Zealand (Law Book Co: Sydney, 1991) at 27.