Volume 19 - Issue 6

An interview with Mark Berry

08 July 2016

During his seven years at the helm of New Zealand’s Commerce Commission, Mark Berry has grappled with two main quandaries: how to convince local cartelists to self-report their conspiracies, and how to bring monopolisation cases that would stick in court. Now, it appears the ComCom may be on its way to solving both problems. Ron Knox speaks with Berry about a new wave of local cartel cases, and new-found momentum toward amending the country’s restrictive single-firm conduct statute