The Commerce Commission has referred supermarkets for enforcement action over alleged breaches of competition or fair trading laws, Newsroom reports. The list of supermarkets includes Pak’nSave’s six-month long ‘specials’ where grocery items are on sale for half the year or more. While there was no evidence from the investigation to show grocery giants broke the law, Fair Trading compliance and enforcement functions and powers could be enforced against them for their pricing practices.
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