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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, […]

Building up a Young Competition Commission: The Competition Commission of Singapore’s Experience

Teo Eng Cheong, May 14, 2010 Singapore has been consistently ranked among the world’s most competitive economies by renowned reports such as the World Economic Forum’s Global Competitiveness Report. As an open economy constantly subject to global market forces, Singapore’s strong ranking has been the result of sound competition policy in areas ranging from trade […]

Recent Developments in the United States, EU, and Asia at the Intersection of Antitrust and Patent Law

This article is part of a Chronicle. See more from this Chronicle Sebastian Evrard, Steve Harris, J. Bruce McDonald, Hiro Miyakawa, Geoffrey Oliver, Peter Wang, Shinya Watanabe, Yizhe Zhang, Johannes Zoettl, Mar 26, 2009 The intersection of antitrust and intellectual property has continued to generate a great deal of controversy and is perhaps the most […]

Competition Policy in Hong Kong: Present Conditions and Future Prospects

Mark Williams, Nov 05, 2007 Hong Kong has a reputation for being a free and open economy. Historically, the government has maintained that the economic environment is business-friendly, with a small public sector and that competition is the bedrock of sustained growth. The rule of law provides security of property rights and the light-touch regulatory […]

Competition Law Takes Off in Singapore: An Analysis of Two Recent Decisions

Nov 05, 2007 The first two decisions by the Competition Commission of Singapore, issued in the first quarter of 2007, represent important milestones in the implementation of competition law in Singapore since the enactment of the Competition Act 2004. Both cases involved cooperation agreements between airline operators who had sought negative clearance through the Commission´s […]

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