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Competition law and policy in Singapore

Competition law and policy in Singapore

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Published by Academy Pub. in Singapore .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Restraint of trade -- Singapore,
  • Antitrust law -- Singapore,
  • Actions and defenses -- Singapore

  • Edition Notes

    Statementgeneral editors, Cavinder Bull, Lim Chong Kin.
    SeriesLaw practice series
    ContributionsBull, Cavinder., Lim, Chong Kin.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsKPP99.85 .C66 2009
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxlix, 290 p. ;
    Number of Pages290
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL24122230M
    ISBN 109789810829209, 9789810829193
    LC Control Number2009508412

    Competition Commission of Singapore (). Draft Guidelines on the Section 34 Prohibition. Government of Singapore. Google Scholar; Competition Commission of Singapore (). Draft Guidelines on the Section 47 Prohibition. Government of Singapore. Google Scholar; H. Demsetz, Journal of Law and Econom 1 (). Crossref, Google Scholar. The basics of competition law in the UK by Pinsent Masons. Firms involved in anti-competitive behaviour may find their agreements to be unenforceable and risk being fined up to 10% of group global turnover for particularly damaging conduct as well as exposing themselves to possible damages actions.

    Derived from the renowned multi-volume International Encyclopaedia of Laws, this practical analysis of competition law and its interpretation in Singapore covers every aspect of the subject – the various forms of restrictive agreements and abuse of dominance prohibited by law and the rules on merger control; tests of illegality; filing obligations; administrative investigation and. SECTION 1 GENERAL APPLICATION A. Singapore contract law largely based on English contract law Contract law in Singapore is largely based on the common law of contract in England. Hence, the rules developed in the Singapore courts do bear a very close resemblance to those developed under English common law. Indeed, where there is no Singapore authority specifically on point, it will.

    In , the Competition Act (“Act”) as the generic competition law was enacted to reinforce Singapore’s pro-enterprise and pro-competition policies, enhance the efficiency of markets and strengthen economic competitiveness. Competition Law in New Zealand is complete a statement and analysis of competition law and policy and economic regulation in New Zealand. Focusing on the Commerce Act , and including analysis of the recently passed Commerce (Cartels and Other Matters) Amendment Act , as well as the Telecommunications Act and the Dairy Industry Restructuring Act , the book explores the .


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Competition law and policy in Singapore Download PDF EPUB FB2

New enforcement decisions have created a small but growing depository of local cases which will continue to shape the development Competition law and policy in Singapore book practice of competition law in Singapore. This book provides a comprehensive guide to how competition laws in Singapore will be implemented, and how businesses, practitioners and students should navigate the regime.

Competition Law and Policy in Singapore is unique as it not only explains the Competition Act (which other authors have done) but it goes further as it: (a) Deals with the guidelines issued by the Competition Commission of Singapore (“CCS”).

(b) Considers the decisions and notices issued by the CCS. (c) Includes an in-depth discussion of Format: Paperback. Details Since the first edition was published, the Singapore competition law regime has developed considerably.

New enforcement decisions have created a small but growing depository of local cases which will continue to shape the development and practice of competition law in Singapore. Environmental Law in Singapore is the first and only textbook on Singapore environmental law. It is an essential reference written for legal practitioners in and outside Singapore; researchers and students; as well as businesses, civil society and policy makers who want to gain a more comprehensive and detailed understanding of the subject.

Chapter 1, entitled “ Competition Policy and Law ”, is an insightful account of the origins of the Singapore competition law regime, encompassing the policy considerations, the process of.

This will improve transparency and provide greater clarity to businesses on the competition law regime. These Guidelines are finalised after seeking inputs and feedback from the public.

Access the Competition Act (Chapter 50B) via the Singapore Statutes Online. Read "BOOK REVIEW: "Competition Law and Policy in Singapore", edited by Cavinder Bull SC, Lim Chong Kin and Richard Whish, The Singapore Economic Review" on DeepDyve, the largest online rental service for scholarly research with thousands of academic publications available at your fingertips.

"Book Review of Competition Law and Policy in Singapore, by Cavinder Bull, Lim Chong Kin, Academy Publishing, Singapore, ", Singapore Economic Review, Vol. 55, No. 4, pp. Creative Commons License. Drew & Napier's Competition Law & Regulatory Practice, established inis the oldest and largest dedicated competition law practice in Singapore.

The Competition Law Practice Group, co-headed by Cavinder Bull, SC, and Lim Chong Kin, comprises an experienced and highly qualified team which handles competition and regulatory matters both. Competition policy and law / Cavinder Bull SC, Lim Chong Kin and Ng Ee Kia --Market definition / Ng Ee Kia --Anti-competitive agreements / Richard Whish --Abuse of a dominant position / Richard Whish --Mergers / Lim Chong Kin and Yu Ken Li --Investigations, enforcement and rights of private action / Cavinder Bull SC and Chia Voon Jiet.

Competition Law and Policy in Singapore The 6th East Asia Conference on Competition Law and Policy, jointly organised by the CCS and the Asian Development Bank (“ ADB ”) was held on 16 September The conference was attended by government officials, business leaders, competition professionals and academics from various East.

For any company or person aspiring to do business in Singapore, it is crucial to understand the Competition Law that governs all non-state businesses and economic activities in the nation.

Officially known as The Competition Actthe law has been effective since July 1, and promotes efficient markets at home. introduction to competition law This short course is designed to give participants a concise introduction to Singapore's competition law framework.

Participants will be given an overview of the three main statutory prohibitions against anti-competitive conduct (anti-competitive agreements, abuse of dominance and mergers which substantially. Competition law is a law that promotes or seeks to maintain market competition by regulating anti-competitive conduct by companies.

Competition law is implemented through public and private enforcement. Competition law is known as antitrust law in the United States for historical reasons, and as "anti-monopoly law" in China and previous years it has been known as trade practices law.

(31st January ) An Act to make provision about competition and the abuse of a dominant position in the market; and to establish the Competition and Consumer Commission of Singapore, to provide for its functions and powers and for matters connected therewith.

[Act 10 of wef 01/04/]. The book explains the purpose of competition policy, introduces the reader to key concepts and techniques in competition law and provides insights into the numerous different issues that arise when analysing market behaviour. SMEs are often quite different businesses than large, multinational corporations, but their nature, significance and characteristics are often ubThis book seeks to rectify the relative neglect in research and policy discussions on the role of the SME sector.

If the address matches an existing account you will receive an email with instructions to reset your password. Chapter 1 Competition Policy and Law 1 By Cavinder Bull SC, him ChongKin andNgEe Kia A.

Introduction 1 1. Benefits of competition ] 2. Objectives of competition policy and law 3 3. Scope of competition law 3 4. State of development of competition law 4 B. Singapore's approach towards competition 6 C. Why competition law in Singapore. 7 1. Free. In Singapore, competition law is mainly governed by the Competition Act.

The Competition Commission of Singapore, or CCS, is the organisation that enforces the Act. Competition law in Singapore is mainly concerned with preventing businesses from engaging in anti-competitive conduct.

There are other laws which directly protect consumers from. Singapore has an established competition law, the Competition Act,1 based on its unique political economy. This paper looks at the approach of the Singapore Competition Act to the government and its activities to ascertain whether it is effective in creating a level playing field for government and private sector participation.

Derived from the renowned multi-volume International Encyclopaedia of Laws, this practical analysis of competition law and its interpretation in Singapore covers every aspect of the subject the various forms of restrictive agreements and abuse of dominance prohibited by law and the rules on merger control; tests of illegality; filing obligations; administrative investigation and Author: Scott Clements, Lim Chong Kin.7 Cavinder Bull & Lim Chong Kin, Competition Law and Policy in Singapore (Singapore: Academy Publishing, 2nd Ed, ) at p 8 Garden Cottage Foods v Milk Marketing Board [] AC 9 Judges in the Chancery Division have reportedly undertaken specialist training in examining competition claims.

Therefore, standalone competition law.