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Indonesia: OECD Reviews of Regulatory Reform

 |  October 1, 2012

In the face of major challenges, Indonesia has made significant progress implementing the framework for competition policy and law enforcement, especially over the past decade. However, the effectiveness of the Competition Agency is hampered by a number of residual problems with the legislative framework. Competition law and policy is therefore a high priority on the government’s regulatory policy agenda.

Better integration of the Competition Agency in the policy process is essential. In addition, the application of competition assessment to the development of new regulatory proposals, can lead to high economic gains through improved market performance.

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