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Vietnam Competition Law – Key Changes In 2019
Vietnam's competition law is poised for big changes as the new 2018 Law on Competition comes into force from 1 July 2019.
Vietnam
20 Mar 2019
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Singapore Hotels Fined For Exchanging Commercially Sensitive Information Over WhatsApp
On 30 January 2019, the Competition and Consumer Commission of Singapore imposed a fine of S$1,522,354 on the owners and operators of the following hotels in Singapore for engaging in anti-competitive conduct:
Singapore
20 Feb 2019
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China's SAMR Fines Hunan Er-Kang And Henan Jiushi CNY 10 Million For Unfair Pricing Of Chlorpheniramine API
On 30 December 2018, China's State Administration for Market Regulation (SAMR) issued an infringement decision imposing a total fine of CNY 10.04 million
China
5 Feb 2019
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Vietnam Competition Law Series - Issue 4: Unfair Competitive Practices In Vietnam
The new Vietnam 2018 Law on Competition will come into force from 1 July 2019.
Vietnam
5 Feb 2019
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Vietnam Competition Law Series - Issue 3: Abuse Of Dominance In Vietnam – No Major Changes In 2019
The new Vietnam 2018 Law on Competition will come into force from 1 July 2019.
Vietnam
17 Jan 2019
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Vietnam Regulator Finds Grab/Uber Acquisition Potentially Infringes Law On Competition
Having concluded its investigation into Grab's acquisition of Uber in Vietnam in mid-November 2018, the VCCA announced on 12 December 2018 that the transaction raised potential concerns under Vietnam's Law on Competition.
Vietnam
20 Dec 2018
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Vietnam Competition Law Series - Issue 1: Merger Control In Vietnam - Moving Towards A More Assertive Enforcement In 2019
Vietnam's competition law is poised for big changes, as the new 2018 Law on Competition comes into force from 1 July 2019
Vietnam
22 Oct 2018
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Bid-rigging And Joint Tendering – When Are They Prohibited Under Hong Kong's Competition Ordinance?
In essence, any conduct that reduces the competitive tension in the bidding process could constitute bid-rigging.
Hong Kong
16 Oct 2018
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Hong Kong Competition Commission Commences Its First Enforcement Action Against Individuals
On 6 September 2018, the Hong Kong Competition Commission (HKCC) announced that it has commenced enforcement proceedings against a cartel in the renovation services industry.
Hong Kong
13 Sep 2018
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Resale Price Maintenance – Back In The Crosshair
On 24 July 2018, the European Commission imposed fines of more than EUR 111 million on four consumer electronics manufacturers for engaging in illegal resale price maintenance (RPM) practices.
Hong Kong
31 Jul 2018
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Update On Antitrust Legislative Development In China
In this legal update, we highlight a number of anticipated changes to the key antitrust legislative instruments and rules that are expected to come in the near future.
China
2 Nov 2017
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EU Commission's Report Assesses Effects Of Antitrust Enforcement In Online Hotel Booking
In April, the European Commission and 10 EU national competition authorities (NCAs) published the results of a coordinating monitoring exercise carried out in the online hotel booking sectors in 2016.
European Union
17 May 2017
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Hong Kong Competition Law - Investigation Series: Part 12
Undertakings or associations of undertakings may apply for Block Exemption Orders in order to secure the benefit of an exemption to a category of agreements.
Hong Kong
20 Jul 2016
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Investigation Series: Part 11: Exclusions And Exemptions - Application For A Decision
Agreements or conducts falling within the scope of an exclusion or exemption will not contravene the First Conduct Rule and/or the Second Conduct Rule (the "Conduct Rules").
Hong Kong
13 Jul 2016
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Hong Kong Competition Law Investigation Series - Part 10
The Hong Kong Competition Commission (the "Commission") may exercise its discretion to settle alleged breaches of the Competition Ordinance (the "Ordinance") by accepting a 'Commitment' from the parties under investigation.
Hong Kong
8 Jul 2016
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Hong Kong Competition Law Investigation Series – Part 9
The Commission has a general obligation to preserve the confidentiality of any confidential information it obtains during the performance of its functions.
Hong Kong
1 Jul 2016
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Hong Kong Competition Law - Investigation Series: Part 7
Leniency is a form of whistle blowing, where a cartel member discloses to the Hong Kong Competition Commission (the "Commission") the existence of, and information about, a cartel in return for immunity from prosecution.
Hong Kong
9 Jun 2016
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Hong Kong Competition Law - Investigation Series: Part 6
As mentioned in our previous articles, if the Hong Kong Competition Commission (the "Commission") proceeds to a formal investigation, it will have at its disposal a full arsenal of investigative tools...
Hong Kong
3 Jun 2016
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Hong Kong Competition Law - Investigation Series: Part 4
As mentioned in our previous alert in this series, the Hong Kong Competition Commission's investigative process begins with an Initial Assessment to screen suitable cases for further investigation or other action.
Hong Kong
20 May 2016
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Hong Kong Competition Law - Investigation Series: Part 3
The investigative process begins by the Hong Kong Competition Commission (the "Commission") identifying a potential contravention of a competition rule.
Hong Kong
10 May 2016
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