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Digital Radio Multiplex Transmitter Licences (Decision-Making Criteria) Determination 2008 and The Digital Radio Multiplex Transmitter Licences Procedural Rules 2008

Aust Gov
31st May 2018

Remaking of Sunsetting Instrument Without Significant Amendments – Australian Competition and Consumer Commission

On 23 May 2018 the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission remade the above instruments without significant amendments.  These Instruments were scheduled to sunset on 1 October 2018.

The Digital Radio Multiplex Transmitter Licences (Decision-Making Criteria) Determination 2018 is designed to promote transparency in decision-making by setting out the criteria that the ACCC must apply in deciding whether to accept an access undertaking or a variation of an access undertaking given to it in relation to a digital radio multiplex transmitter licence. The Digital Radio Multiplex Transmitter Licences Procedural Rules 2018 are designed to promote the expeditious and efficient exercise of the ACCC’s functions and powers under Division 4B of Part 3.3 of the Radiocommunications Act 1992.

Consistent with Government best practice regulation requirements for sunsetting instruments, The Australian Competition and Consumer Commission, after consultation with industry, has assessed these instruments as operating effectively and efficiently. Therefore, a Regulation Impact Statement is not required for remaking these instruments without significant amendments.

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