Policy Viewpoint

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19th October, 2016 · Policy Viewpoint The merging worlds of technology and cars… NTC considers regulatory options for automated vehicles
As we move ever-closer to the inevitable introduction of automated vehicles on our roads, the National Transport Commission (NTC) is investigating regulatory options. In the US, Federal highway-safety regulators sent a dual message about the...
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19th October, 2016 · Policy Viewpoint Competition law amendments: exposure draft consultation
The Australian Government, on 5 September 2016, released the Exposure Draft and Explanatory Materials for the Competition and Consumer Amendment (Competition Policy Review) Bill 2016, which notably features the introduction of an ‘effects test’ to...
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19th October, 2016 · Policy Viewpoint ACCC launches market study into new car retailing industry
AADA is eager to learn more about the market study the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission (ACCC) has launched into the new car retailing industry in Australia. ACCC Chairman, Rod Sims, said consumer issues regarding...
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19th October, 2016 · Policy Viewpoint Brexit – the big picture! An update from our CEO
Peter Ustinov, the famous British actor and raconteur, once said that if ever the world blew itself up the last words heard would be those of an expert saying it could never happen. As we...
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4th August, 2016 · Policy Viewpoint Convention topic: Historic AADA elections at national convention
For the first time ever, Dealers will have the opportunity to vote candidates onto the AADA Board of Directors, at this year’s Annual General Meeting, which will be held at the National Dealer Convention in...
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4th August, 2016 · Policy Viewpoint Convention topic: CEO David Blackhall outlines AADA policy overview
On 29 October 1941, then British Prime Minister, Winston Churchill, visited his old school of Harrow to speak to the students. The myth is that Churchill stood before the students and said, “Never, ever, ever,...
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