Agrees that our current consumer protection system is unnecessarily complex and welcomes recommendations to simplify the administration and enforcement of the Australian Consumer Law (ACL).
Supports the recommendation for states and territories to relinquish powers in favour of the ACCC being the main enforcing agency. In achieving this, and COSBOA believe the Government must ensure that the ACCC is supported with the capacity to carry out these responsibilities.
Emphasises that any changes must be focused on simplifying the administration of the ACL and ensuring that it is easy to understand for hard working small business people who are driving the national economy.
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Time for the makers of Gobbledygook to be publicly shamed
September 27, 2019
We need our 3rd most important Economic Minister in Cabinet