ACCC revokes Telstra accounting separation rules

Friday 28 March 2014 | 00:57 CET | News
The Australian Competition and Consumer Commission (ACCC) has revoked regulations requiring Telstra to report to the regulator on its wholesale and retail operations, known as the Accounting Separation Record Keeping Rules. The ACCC was able to revoke the reporting requirements after the communications minister recently decided to revoke a direction obliging the ACCC to oversee the accounting separation of Telstra.

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Categories: General
Companies: Australian Competition and Consumer Commission / Telstra
Countries: Australia
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