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Australian competition policies to be reviewed

AUSTRALIA’S competition policies are set to be reviewed with treasury announcing on Wednesday it has established a Taskforce to conduct the review over the next two years.

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 NFF says Australians pay some of the highest prices in the world for groceries. Photo Mark Saunders.

NFF says Australians pay some of the highest prices in the world for groceries. Photo Mark Saunders.

The Competition Taskforce will provide continuous advice to the government on how to improve competition across the economy over the two years, rather than supplying a formal report, to allow progress...

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