Study on Competition Laws for Developing Economies, 1999

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Study on Competition Laws for Developing Economies, 1999

Publication Number

APEC#99-CT-01.1

Published Date

December 1999

Type of Publication

Reports

Publications Under

Committee on Trade and Investment(CTI)

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Pages

92

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Description

This study looks at the advantages and disadvantages of competition laws for developing economies, particularly as it relates to and derives from the experience of APEC member economies.

  • Chapter 1
  • Chapter 2: Executive Summary
  • Chapter 3: Competition Law and the Objectives of Competition Policy
  • Chapter 4: Are competition laws essential to achieve competition policy objectives, particularly open economies?
  • Chapter 5: How the introduction of competition laws will affect the international competitives of international firms
  • Chapter 6: How the enactment of competition laws will affect the ability to compete for foreign investment vis-a-vis developing economies that have not enacted competition laws
  • Chapter 7: What social impact would competition law create?
  • Chapter 8: What the limits and downside risks are of enacting a competition law within a society
  • Chapter 9: The difficulties in obtaining support for the enactment of competition law within a society
  • Chapter 10: Other factors influencing the implementation of competition law and moves toward increased competition within an economy
  • Annexes