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South Korea: Regulator calls for protection of smaller firms

South Korea's antitrust chief called for comprehensive measures to fundamentally address lingering unfair business practices between large companies and their smaller subcontractors. Kim Sang-jo, the...

South Korea: Reinsurance company fined for 19 years of abuse of...

South Korean reinsurance company Korean Re was slapped with a 7.6 billion won fine (US$6.72 million) for abusing its unchallenged status in the general...

South Korea: Japanese firms fined for price collusion

South Korea's corporate watchdog said Sunday that it has decided to slap a total of 36 billion won (US$32 million) in fines on nine...

South Korea: KFTC punishes Japanese, German auto parts firms over price...

Japanese and German bearing manufacturers have faced fines totaling 2 billion won (US $1.7 million) for collusion, the nation's antitrust watchdog said Monday. In response...

South Korea: KFTC reviews Google and Facebook’s market dominance

The Korean Fair Trade Commission (KFTC), under the new leadership of former civic activist Kim Sang-jo, seems to be targeting major global IT companies...
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Overview of Current Antitrust Enforcement in Korea

Sep 12, 2014 CPI Asia Column edited by Vanessa Zhang (Global Economics Group) presents: Overview of Current Antitrust Enforcement in Korea - Hwang Lee (Korea University...

A New Kid on the Block: Korean Competition Law, Policy, and...

Youngjin Jung, Sang-Seung Yi, Nov 05, 2007 For a relatively young agency with only a quarter-century history, the Korea Fair Trade Commission (KFTC) has achieved...

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