Consumers Win Through Cooperation

Collectively Australia's consumer protection agencies saw more than $20 million in compensation and penalties paid in 2015-16.

The Australian Consumer Law (ACL) Interim Progress Report released today by Consumer Affairs Australia and New Zealand (CAANZ) outlines the important work carried out by the national agencies in providing education and enforcement of the ACL. Simon Cohen, the Chair of CAANZ said “the report highlights the great results that can be achieved by cooperation of the agencies across the country”.

To view the report, please click on the link.