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Singapore’s Central Bank Asks Crypto Firms To Submit Business Data

The Monetary Authority of Singapore (MAS), the country's central bank, has asked some digital asset firm to submit data about their business activity, Bloomberg reported, citing...
Air India

Singapore Watchdog Raises Concern With Air India Acquisition

Singapore's competition commission on Friday said it has raised concerns with the Tata Groupover its acquisition of Air India as the conglomerate now owns...
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Six Major Banks To Pay $64.5M To Settle Antitrust Allegations

According to a proposed settlement, 6 major banks have agreed to pay $64.5 million to resolve antitrust allegations that they conspired to rig benchmark...
Aon

Singapore Watchdog Launches Second Review Of Aon-Willis Deal 

The Competition and Consumer Commission of Singapore (CCCS) has identified areas for further review in the Aon-Willis merger, as the broking companies face legal...
Aon

Singapore Watchdog Scrutinizes Aon-Willis $30B Merger

Singapore’s competition regulator on Friday, April 9, launched a public consultation over Aon’s proposed US$30 billion acquisition of Willis Towers Watson, and stated it...
Bank

Second Circuit Revives Singapore Rate-Rigging Case

A federal appeals court on Wednesday, March 17, ruled that 18 banks and financial services companies must face a lawsuit claiming they conspired to...

Algorithmic Collusion & Its Implications for Competition Law and Policy

Posted by Social Science Research Network Algorithmic Collusion & Its Implications for Competition Law and Policy By Kenji Lee Algorithms are increasingly employed by businesses as an integral...

Singapore: CCS begins phase 2 study Uber-ComfortDelGro alliance

The Competition Commission of Singapore will embark on the second phase of its study of a proposed alliance between ComfortDelGro and Uber's Lion City...

Some Recent Developments in ASEAN Competition Law

R. Ian McEwin, Dec 30, 2013 All countries in Southeast Asia are hierarchical and authoritarian to some degree, which has implications for competition. All countries...

Resale Price Maintenance in Emerging Competition Regimes in Asia (ex-China)

Clara Ingen-Housz, Oct 28, 2013 Resale price maintenance is the practice whereby suppliers of goods or services specify a fixed, minimum, or maximum resale price...
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