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NBN, telcos caught in ACCC tug of war

NBN Co has moved to assure retail service providers (RSPs) that the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission (ACCC) will be able to mediate contract negotiations between itself and the telcos.  NBN Co’s special access undertaking (SAU) sets out how the company will operate in the fixed-line regulatory environment for the next 30 years. It is designed to work hand in hand with the shorter-length wholesale broadband agreements (WBAs) that retail service providers like Optus and iiNet will sign to provide services over the National Broadband Network (NBN). Read MORE.

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  • Negotiations between the Winnipeg Airport and its union with the assistance of a federal will continue. ,
  • Saint Joseph’s College representatives and the professors who filed suit against the school will meet for mediation. ,
  • JetBlue pilots, represented by the Airline Pilots Association have requested mediation from the board. ,
  • Consolidated Edison and New York City are currently in mediation with numerous steam pipe explosion injured parties. ,
  • After a court battle and a mediation period, New York Wheel ended the contract and opted to find another design team ,
  • Mediation is continuing between Tarras farmers and the Otago Regional Council over the use of the Lindis River. ,

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