Appeal Court dashes Chorus's bid to overturn price ruling

Sun, 07 Sep 2014

By Paul McBeth Sept. 8 (BusinessDesk) - The Court of Appeal has dismissed Chorus's bid to overturn a decision upholding proposed cuts to the regulated pricing of services over its copper line services. Justices Ellen France, Lyn Stevens, and Douglas White turned down Chorus's appeal of a High Court decision, saying the Commerce Commission didn't err in law when setting the prices the telecommunications network operator can charge for unbundled bitstream access services, according to a judgment released today. Chorus asked the Appeal Court...

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