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Private Antitrust Actions in Japan

BY | April 16, 2013

Kazunori Furuya, Mitsuo Matsushita, Apr 16, 2013 The Japanese Antimonopoly Law (hereafter referred to as “JAML”) was enacted in 1947 as part of the Economic Democratization Policy introduced into Japan…

Kazunori Furuya, Mitsuo Matsushita, Apr 16, 2013

The Japanese Antimonopoly Law (hereafter referred to as “JAML”) was enacted in 1947 as part of the Economic Democratization Policy introduced into Japan by the Occupation Forces. Originally it was based on U.S. antitrust laws but, after more than 60 years of enforcement, JAML has acquired features unique to Japan such as the control of dominant position designed to protect small enterprises such as subcontractors and small dealers vis-

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