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Airports fire back over watchdog's calls for regulation
Mar 8, 2017 - Australian Financial Review

Airports have hit back at the competition watchdog's calls for regulation, claiming the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission has "a disturbing lack of insight" into how airport infrastructure is funded and managed.

The ACCC, which monitors airports but does not regulate them, will push for regulatory powers to limit price increases when the Productivity Commission next reviews airport regulation in 2018.

The ACCC's annual monitoring report, released on Monday, found airport

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