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ComCom's extra powers will come at a cost

Market studies with extraordinary powers of compulsion will not necessarily increase competition.

Nevil Gibson
Fri, 19 Oct 2018

Be careful what you wish for remains good advice for any attempt to regulate human or commercial activity.

History is replete with the unintended consequences of a rush to legislate.

New Zealand retains an enviable ranking of third after Hong Kong and Singapore in the Fraser Institute’s

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Nevil Gibson
Fri, 19 Oct 2018
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