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Welcome to the June 2017 HWL Ebsworth Automotive Industry Group - Regulatory Update.

The National Transport Commission (NTC) has called for submissions by 28 July 2017 on options being considered for laws to assure automated vehicle safety.

Today the ACCC announced that it has appealed the Federal Court of Australia's decision to fine Yazaki Corporation $9.5 million for collusive conduct. The ACCC's appeal is to increase the amount of the fine significantly.

The Federal Court has today ordered Yazaki Corporation (Yazaki), one of the world's largest makers of automotive electronics and wiring harnesses, to pay $9.5 million in penalties for engaging in collusive conduct with a competitor in the supply of wiring harnesses to Toyota Motor Corporation (Toyota). Yazaki is the parent company of Australian Arrows Pty Ltd.

On Thursday, the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission (ACCC)  issued its final determination to deny authorisation to 16 insurance companies to jointly impose a cap of 20 percent on commissions paid to motor vehicle dealers who sell their add-on insurance products.

The Australian Competition and Consumer Commission (ACCC) has today issued a draft determination proposing to deny authorisation to 16 insurance companies to jointly impose a cap of 20 percent on commissions paid to motor vehicle dealers who sell their add-on insurance products.

Holden has announced that 20 October 2017 will be the last day for its Australian motor vehicle manufacturing operations.

Welcome to the December 2016 HWL Ebsworth Automotive Industry Group - Regulatory Update.

In November this year, the State and Territory transport and infrastructure ministers asked the National Transport Commission (NTC) to develop guidelines for automated vehicle trials.

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