Swaziland: Only two competition cases handled since 2007

Since The Swaziland Competitions Commission was first established in 2007, reports say the authority has only dealt with two competition cases.

According to reports, despite the low level of enforcement matters, the SCC ensures fair competition in the nation’s markets through various measures, including requiring employees to sign a code of ethics that includes agreements that employees will not receive gifts from companies under investigation.

Further, reports say, the regulator has assured that there are consequences for anticompetitive behavior, including price-fixing and bid-rigging.

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