Emerging Enforcers 2018

Taiwan’s Fair Trade Commission

26 February 2018

Taiwan’s Fair Trade Commission The Fair Trade Commission was established in 1992 Its current chairperson is Mei-Ying Huang Despite sweeping changes to the country’s competition laws in 2015, the agency still lacks search and seizure powers Taiwan’s Fair Trade Commission has approximately 85 staff members, four of whom work strictly in its information and economic analysis office. It says it does not have specific sectoral priorities but monitors all markets. One of its key achievements was obtaining amendments to the competition act that, among other things, enabled it to fine companies up to 10% of turnover and created a leniency programme, the commission says.