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Australia - Regulatory Environment - Price caps and parity

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Last updated: 14 Jul 2008 Update History

Report Status: Archived

Report Pages: 9

Analyst: Paul Budde


This report has been archived. It introduces the national regulated price control arrangements through 1998 to April 2002. In July 2002, the Federal Government proposed a new regime to win support for selling Telstra. Final recommendations were made in 2005 but the government was not impressed. It decided to take the issue on board it the overall regulatory review prior to the full privatisation of Telstra (T3). In April 2008 Telstra had a regulatory win in the regulatory when the ACCC issued a draft decision that would grant Telstra exemptions from obligations to supply wholesale line rental and local call resale, in parts of metropolitan Australia.

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