Contributed by: Troy Pilkington, Bradley Aburn and Sophie Vinicombe
Published on: August 30, 2021
New Zealand businesses have once again found themselves facing great uncertainty amidst the latest lockdown. In these unprecedented times, it is natural for businesses to want to band together, whether to ensure continuous supply to customers, or to simply keep their industries afloat. However, it is important to remember that competition laws still apply, even during a pandemic.
Don't get caught out – view our guide on what you need to know about competition law during a pandemic here.
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