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The Australian antitrust regulator on Thursday began an inquiry into the local units of Amazon. com, eBay and other online markets to ensure fairness(...)

Google said in a statement the advertising technology market is competitive

Google’s dominance of digital advertising technology in Australia needs to be addressed, the country’s competition watchdog said, opening up another (...)

The statement marks an escalation of tensions between big tech companies and the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission.

Internet giant Google on Monday criticised proposed Australian antitrust laws, saying its free search service would be “at risk” and users’ personal d(...)

Australia is preparing criminal cartel charges against ANZ, the country’s third-biggest bank and underwriters Deutsche Bank and Citigroup over a $2.3 billion share issue

Australia is preparing criminal cartel charges against the country’s third-biggest bank and underwriters Deutsche Bank and Citigroup over a $2.3 billi(...)

Australia’s Federal Court has ruled that Nurofen Specific Pain products were misleading. Photograph: Reuters

The British manufacturer of Nurofen has been fined more than A$6 million (€4 million) for misleading Australian consumers on the painkiller’s ability (...)

An Australian court has ordered Nurofen’s UK owner to stop selling several versions of the popular painkiller that were identical to its standard ibuprofen pills but nearly twice as expensive.

An Australian court has ordered Nurofen’s UK owner to stop selling several versions of the popular painkiller that were identical to its standard ibup(...)

An Australian supermarket chain has been fined AU$2.5 million (€1.8m) for passing off bread as “fresh, baked today and sold today” which in fact had first been par-baked in Ireland, Denmark and Germany months earlier.

An Australian supermarket chain has been fined AU$2.5 million (€1.8m) for passing off bread as “fresh, baked today and sold today” which in fact had f(...)

Australia’s Coles supermarket chain faces fines of up to $3.3 million (€ 2.27million) for passing off bread as “fresh, baked today and sold today” when in fact it had been first baked in Ireland, Denmark and Germany months earlier. Photograph: Wikipedia

Australia’s Coles supermarket chain faces fines of up to $3.3 million (€ 2.27million) for passing off bread as “fresh, baked today and sold today” whe(...)