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Update on tariffs and anti-dumping duties on residential building materials 13 February 2019

Tariff concessions have applied to many materials used in residential construction since 2014.

Fair Pay Agreements report released 31 January 2019

The report of the Government-convened Fair Pay Agreement Working Group has been released, detailing recommendations on a system for sector-wide collective bargaining.

Government proposes changes to strengthen protections against misuse of market powers 31 January 2019

We are consulting on options for strengthening the law which protects consumers from anti-competitive behaviour by powerful businesses.

Government Procurement Rules 4th edition, consultation opens 30 January 2019

The Ministry of Business, Innovation and Employment (MBIE) has released a document seeking feedback on the Government Procurement Rules, 4th edition.

Government releases discussion paper on unfair commercial practices 10 December 2018

The Government has released a discussion paper on options for protecting customers and businesses from unfair commercial practices.

Latest data from CERT NZ shows simple measures can prevent business compromise 07 December 2018

A new report released today highlights how basic measures continue to sit at the centre of protecting New Zealanders and their businesses from online threats.

Government selects retail fuel for first market study 03 December 2018

The Government has announced that the retail fuel market has been selected as the subject of the first Commerce Commission market study.

Government releases issues paper as part of the review of the Copyright Act 1994 23 November 2018

The Ministry of Business, Innovation and Employment (MBIE) has released an issues paper on the review of the Copyright Act 1994.

Seamless services to business and citizens thanks to Government working collaboratively 13 November 2018

Using AI to assist digital navigation across government websites, supporting identity verification for New Zealanders, and enabling better mobility for citizens that require assistance all featured in a collaborative digital initiatives showcase held in Wellington on 12 November.

The Ministry of Business, Innovation and Employment (MBIE) investigating Gordon Paul Bayne 05 November 2018

The Ministry of Business, Innovation and Employment (MBIE) is investigating complaints made in relation to Gordon Paul Bayne, aka Paul Bayne. MBIE’s Integrity and Enforcement Team are undertaking the investigation on behalf of the Official Assignee.

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