Competition review urges easing of rules on pharmacies and trading hours

Coalition-commissioned Harper report also calls for an urgent look at the taxi industry in the wake of sharing services such as Uber

A review of Australia’s competition laws has called for pharmacy regulations to be pared back, the full deregulation of retail trading hours and the removal of import restrictions on books and secondhand cars.

The final report of the Coalition-commissioned review also called on the government to reform a “deficient” section of the Competition and Consumer Act dealing with companies that misuse their market power.

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