PARKES, Australia — A report by the Competition Policy Review Panel here says restrictions on retail trading hours should be removed in Australia, reported.

The investigation showed restricted trading should only be limited to Christmas Day, Good Friday and the morning of ANZAC Day, according to the article.

A number of trading hours issues were addressed in the review, including:

  • Regulations that require modifications to imported cars to met Australian-specific car design standards.
  • The displaying of discounted fuel prices on price boards that is regulated in New South Wales and South Australia.
  • Compulsory workers' compensation insurance being only available from "government monopoly" providers in different states.

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