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SHOULD shoppers be told how much it costs to buy one roll of toiletpaper? Or would it be better to reveal the price per sheet? How doyou compare two-ply and three-ply and does it matter if it is madefrom recycled material or has a floral pattern? (Sydney Morning Herald — 1 August, 2008)
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BIG supermarkets will be forced to introduce unit pricing onprinted advertising and instore price tags to reveal the cost perlitre or per kilogram for standard grocery items. (Sydney Morning Herald — 22 minutes ago)
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Price checks bogged in the detail
Price checks bogged in the detail

The Federal Government will introduce a mandatory national systemof ‘unit pricing’ to help consumers get the best value out of theirweekly grocery shop after the competition watchdog found majorsupermarkets had little incentive to compete aggressively on price. (Sydney Morning Herald — 8 hours ago)
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Tough new measures aimed at limiting the market power ofAustralia’s major supermarket chains and a price watch scheme areexpected to be the main thrusts of the consumer watchdog’s reportinto grocery prices. (Sydney Morning Herald — 31 July, 2008)
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