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Competition Law and the Digital Economy – Shaping a New Bangladesh
 |  Mar 14, 2021

By Tasnuva Shelley1   There is international consensus that competition agencies should devote their efforts to enforcing prohibitions against cartels. Competition laws across the world differ in various aspects; however,…

Cartels & the Politics of Competition Law Enforcement in Pakistan
 |  Sep 2, 2020

By Amber Darr (Coventry University)1   When Pakistan promulgated the Competition Ordinance in October 2007, it became the second South Asian country to adopt a competition law that was in…

Regulatory Sandbox and Competition of Financial Technologies in Taiwan
 |  Jan 31, 2019

Regulatory Sandbox and Competition of Financial Technologies in Taiwan By Andy C. M. Chen (Chung Yuan Christian University)1 Financial technology, or “FinTech” for short, has become the buzzword for today’s…

New Zealand: Competition watchdog rejects Sky TV, Vodafone merger
 |  Feb 22, 2017

New Zealand’s competition regulator on Thursday ruled against Sky Network Television’s acquisition of Vodafone’s New Zealand unit for NZ$1.3 billion . The Commerce Commission said in a statement that it…

Recent Developments in Antitrust Enforcement in Singapore
 |  Oct 14, 2016

By Yeo Hui Chuan & Jaime Pang – The enforcement of competition law in Singapore has grown in scope and complexity in recent years, reflecting the development of the Competition Commission…

Market Structure Still Matters: the KFTC Blocks a Merger between Top Firms in Broadcasting and Communications
 |  Oct 14, 2016

By Youngsoog Na – It is difficult to determine a perfect balancing point in the trade-offs between the need to positively readjust an industry structure and the concern for maintaining a…

Making Markets Work for Development through Effective Competition Policies: Recent Experience from the World Bank Group in East Asia Pacific
 |  Oct 14, 2016

By Martha Martinez Licetti, Graciela Miralles Murciego & Georgiana Pop – The majority of countries share a common vision to become prosperous and competitive nations and raise the quality of…

Competition Commission of Singapore: Our Competition Advocacy Journey
 |  Apr 17, 2016

By EeMei Tang, Eugene Chen & Weilu Lim – Even with a decade of advocacy experience under its belt, CCS continues to face challenges moving forward. One of the key…

FEB-13(1)
 |  Dec 22, 2015

We’re celebrating the Lunar New Year this month. We’ll hear from China later, but in this issue we’re surveying activity in Asia’s Pacific Rim countries. We start with two overviews…

Competition Law in Singapore
 |  Aug 24, 2015

This article is part of a Chronicle. See more from this Chronicle Kala Anandarajah, Dominique Lombardi, Aug 24, 2015 Singapore was one of the first ASEAN countries to adopt (and…

Introduction to CPI Special Issue on ASEAN Competition Law
 |  Aug 18, 2015

This article is part of a Chronicle. See more from this Chronicle R. Ian McEwin, Aug 24, 2015 Southeast Asia is a region of considerable ethnic differences, levels of economic…

Competition Law in Vietnam
 |  Aug 18, 2015

This article is part of a Chronicle. See more from this Chronicle Ly Huong LUU, Aug 24, 2015 2015 marks the 10th anniversary of the implementation of Vietnam’s Competition Law…

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