Australia's Federal Court has thrown out the Port of Newcastle's appeal against a ruling that declared it an essential facility, following Glencore's challenge to the port's fees.
India's competition enforcer has issued a cease-and-desist order to a group of container transport associations for fixing prices at Cochin port, which the authority said were "peculiar" in attempting to justify rather than deny the conduct.
New Zealand has enacted legislation that allows the country's enforcer to authorise potentially anticompetitive agreements, and enhances its power to tackle problematic mergers.
Interaction between competition and big data is globally discussed. Japan recently addressed this cutting-edge issue through a report published by a study group at the country's Fair Trade Commission. Yusuke Takamiya, an antitrust attorney at Mori Hamada & Matsumoto and a visiting researcher at the Competition Policy Research Centre at the Japan Fair Trade Commission, explores Japan's approach by outlining the report together with relevant developments.
The Hong Kong Competition Commission cannot guarantee what fine reductions will be granted to non-immunity leniency applicants, its chief executive said yesterday. Tom Webb at the ABA Spring Meeting
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