In this issue: Welcome to the first CPI Film Festival! Competition policy may be involved, intricate, and complicated, but it needs to be taught–not only to consumers but also to enterprises. And all competition authorities, established or developing, must consider education to be a primary directive. For our first film festival we’ve chosen to present […]

A Joke: A Leniency Program Cartoon

Sep 13, 2011 UOKiK’s Cartoon on its Leniency Program The TV cartoon entitled “A joke” is a part of communication campaign launched by the Polish Office of Competition and Consumer Protection (“UOKiK”) in 2009. This project is devoted to the leniency program and targeted at entrepreneurs, both the largest and smallest operating in local markets, […]

Not One, But Five Videos & a Comic Book

Sep 13, 2011 I3 – CCS’ Advocacy Framework I. Introduction Singapore has been consistently ranked as one of the world’s most competitive economies, built as a result of sound competition policies in areas ranging from trade openness, human capital development, and infrastructure investment. The Singapore Competition Act, which came into force between 2006 and 2007, […]

Understanding Competition Law

Sep 13, 2011 Understanding Competition Law At the end of June 2011, the Office of Fair Trading (“the OFT”) published a collection of online resources to help raise business’ increasing awareness and understanding of competition law, as well as explaining what they can do if something goes wrong with their compliance. The video, Understanding Competition […]

For Fair and Free Market Competition

Sep 13, 2011 For Fair and Free Market Competition Japan Fair Trade Commission (“JFTC”) strives for proactive and comprehensive public relations in order to make our concrete activities, enforcement of policy, interpretation of the Antimonopoly Act (“AMA”), and other related laws and regulations widely known. In this article, we introduce both our DVD for public […]

Be the First to Tell: A Film About Leniency

Be the First to Tell – A Film About Leniency Swedish Competition Authority released the film Be the First to Tell in February, 2010.The purpose of the film is to make company leaders and business lawyers aware of the Swedish leniency program that has been in progress since 2004. Stakeholder surveys showed that the awareness […]

Introducing the First CPI Film Festival

Lindsay McSweeney, Sep 13, 2011 Presenting the CPI Film Festival A recurrent theme in global competition policy is the need to communicate—important not only for countries just developing their competition policy structures, but also for established programs. And this communication must be multi-faceted. Authorities need to explain to the consumer/citizen what competition policy is, and […]