Jersey and Guernsey competition watchdogs work together

The Channel Islands competition watchdog is looking for more ways for Jersey and Guernsey to work together.

The Channel Islands Competition Regulatory Authority wants to address issues in both islands at the same time to make sure people get a fair deal.

Executive Director John Curran said some issues will be different in the two islands.

But he added he wanted both offices to work together to promote value, choice and quality in goods and services.

He said: "Reducing our costs further, sharing our resources where possible and engaging in joint working are all integral in fulfilling our mission."

The Channel Islands Competition Regulatory Authority (CICRA) is made of Guernsey's Office of Utility Regulation and Jersey's Competition Regulatory Authority.

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