Commerce and Consumer Affairs
Latest annual food price figures released today confirm the need to rein in the super profits of the supermarket duopoly, Commerce and Consumer Affairs Minister David Clark said.
The rules which govern New Zealand’s incorporated societies will be refreshed for the first time in 114 years.
A law to better protect competition has passed its third and final reading, Commerce and Consumer Affairs Minister, David Clark announced today.
New Zealanders will soon benefit from a much more competitive grocery sector as a result of market study findings unveiled by the Commerce Commission today.
Kiwis can expect better protection from high-cost loans and unaffordable debt as a result of changes to lending laws coming into effect today, Commerce and Consumer Affairs Minister Dr David Clark sa
Ensuring Kiwis have access to fairly priced building materials is a driving factor in Government’s decision to review the residential building supply market.
New Zealanders are being asked to share their experiences with Buy-Now, Pay-Later products as the Government explores if more needs to be done to mitigate the risk of consumer harm.
Public feedback is being sought on the regulatory safeguards required to ensure consumers and communities receive three waters services that meet their needs.
New Zealand has become the first country in the world to pass a law that will ensure financial organisations disclose and ultimately act on climate-related risks and opportunities.
The latest KiwiSaver Annual Report from the Financial Markets Authority (FMA), highlights how Government’s recent policy tweaks have positively benefitted New Zealanders, Commerce and Consumer Affairs Dr David Clark said today.
Legislation to protect New Zealand consumers and business against unfair commercial practices has passed its third reading in Parliament today.
The Commerce Commission’s draft report into the retail grocery sector is being welcomed by Government as a major milestone.
Commerce and Consumer Affairs Minister, Dr David Clark, has today announced the appointment of Deborah Hart as the inaugural Chair of the Consumer Advocacy Council.
Hundreds of thousands of New Zealanders will be significantly better off in retirement following changes to the default KiwiSaver scheme, Finance Minister Grant Robertson and Commerce and Consumer Affairs Minister David Clark said today.
Commerce and Consumer Affairs Minister David Clark has today announced the Government’s next steps to reduce merchant service fees, that banks charge businesses when customers use a credit or debit card to pay, which is estimated to save New Zealand businesses approximately $74 million each year.