Competition Law in Asia—Protecting (Against) Competition?

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Kala Anandarajah, Tanya Tang, Oct 29, 2014

Competition laws across Asia have gone beyond infancy and nascent stages and have become laws to be reckoned with. The sheer numbers of Asian countries with competition laws, and the seeming diversity as regards enforcement patterns and application of principles, naturally leads one to question whether the implementation of the laws are truly motivated by competitive forces or whether some other hidden agendas drive the same.

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