Telstr Price Control In Australia

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Telstra is a prime example of a government imposed price control in Australia which has not been significantly effective. Price controls were implemented towards Telstra in 1989 when it was the only telecommunication provider and have been placed ever since. In the Telecommunications (Consumer Protection and Service Standards) Act 1999, Telstra agreed to retail price control arrangement but are now currently reviewed since 2010 by the Australian Competition and Consumer Protection (ACCC) who monitor and report to the Minister for communications.
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