Global Competition Review is delighted to publish the 2017 edition of The European, Middle Eastern & African Antitrust Review, one of a series of three special reports that have been conceived to deliver specialist intelligence and research to our readers – general counsel, government agencies and private practice lawyers – who must navigate the world’s increasingly complex competition regimes.
The thirteenth annual edition covers developments in Australia, Canada, China, Hong Kong, India, Japan, Korea, Malaysia, New Zealand, Papua New Guinea, Singapore and Taiwan. Competition enforcers in Australia, Canada, Hong Kong, India, Malaysia, Papua New Guinea, the Philippines and Singapore discuss activity and priorities for the year ahead.
This edition provides an unparalleled annual update — written by the experts — on on the development of the world's competition regimes in Brazil, Canada, Chile, Colombia, Costa Rica, Ecuador, El Salvador, Mexico, Panama, Peru and the United States.
Global Competition Review is delighted to publish the third edition of The African and Middle Eastern Antitrust Review, one in the series of annual special reports including The European Antitrust Review, The Antitrust Review of the Americas and The Asia-Pacific Antitrust Review that deliver specialist intelligence and research designed to help readers — general counsel, government agencies and private practice lawyers — successfully navigate the world's emerging and increasingly complex competition regimes.
The seventeenth annual edition covers Cartels & Leniency, Economics, Energy, IP & Antitrust, Merger Control, Pharmaceuticals, Technology and Telecoms in the EU. This section is followed by country specific overviews, where private practitioners discuss hot topics and developments in competition over the past year and government officials discuss priorities for the year ahead.
Leading competition lawyers provide insight into these agencies and the laws and enforcement of competition in the EU, India, Israel, Japan, Korea, Mexico, Romania, Sweden, Switzerland, Turkey, the United Kingdom and the United States.
With economics at the centre of competition law, this handbook identifies the issues that antitrust economists are tackling today. The book’s comprehensive format provides contact details for competition agencies’ economists in 79 jurisdictions. A Q&A format illustrates how the advisers are organised and their input into the regulation and enforcement process.
Contributing Editors: Scott Hammond