Commerce Commission New Zealand / Te Komihana Tauhokohoko
- The Commerce Commission enforces laws that promote competition and protect consumers, including laws that prohibit misleading and deceptive conduct by traders, and protects consumers when they borrow money or buy goods on credit.
- It also enforces regulations that provide competition in markets where effective competition does not exist including telecommunications, dairy, electricity transmission and distribution, gas pipelines and airports.
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