Commerce Commission shuts down probe related to purchases made by Beijer. | NZ |

New Zealand’s Commerce Commission has shut down its inquiry into Beijer (Ref AB’s 2018) buying of Heatcraft NZ, and its last year possession of a right to trade in HFC (hydrofluorocarbons) into the NZ region. Beijer had accomplished both the transactions without getting it cleared or authorized by the Commission.

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