Fijian Competition & Consumer Commission (FCCC)
Fijian Competition & Consumer Commission (“FCCC”) is the Competition Regulator of Fiji. The FCCC is an independent statutory body established under Section 7 of the Commerce Commission Decree 2010 to ensure the integrated framework for the regulation of monopoly market structures; encourage competition, prevent restrictive trade practices, ensure consumer protection, and undertake to the price of public utilities and other price-controlled items.
Fijian Competition & Consumer Commission seeks to maintain and encourage the competitive process with a view to promoting economic efficiency and consumer welfare. Its objective is to spur firms and individual players in the market to compete with each other to secure the patronage of customers in terms of, inter alia, competitive prices, good quality and greater choice for them. This objective of the FCCC ensures a fair and equitable market and provides the stimulus for growth.
The aim of the FCCC is to ensure the delivery of benefits of competition regime in Fijian vis-á-vis economic development, greater efficiency in international trade and consumer welfare. The FCCC’s objective is to ensure substantial benefits from the strengthening of the application of competition policy principles in terms of “greater production, allocative and dynamic efficiency, welfare and growth.” The FCCC notes that competition rewards good performance, encourages entrepreneurial activity, catalyses entry of new firms, promotes greater efficiency on the part of enterprises, reduces the cost of production, improves the competitiveness of enterprises and sanctions poor performance by producers, ensures product quality, cheaper prices and passing on of cost savings to consumers. The FCCC is a multi-sector regulator. It regulates Competition, pricing and is also a consumer protection agency.
Phone Number: (679) 892 1991
Email Address: firstname.lastname@example.org
Address/Physical Location of the Office:
|Ground Floor Employers Hub Building, 42 Gorrie Street, Suva
|1st Floor, Shah Investment Building, Office 2, 5 Tukani Street, Lautoka
|Lot 3 Silas Ramzaan Street, Labasa