Investigating the investigation: The Asia-Pacific Tipline for 24 July 2020

After several months off due to the covid-19 pandemic, it was pedal to the metal this week in the Penrith Local Court, where a judge is hearing pre-trial arguments on evidence in the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission’s landmark ANZ cartel case. The week featured cross-examinations of three ACCC officials involved in the investigation, all of whom were on the receiving end of intense scrutiny about the agency’s investigatory process. We have two stories from that hearing, coverage of the first cartel settlement in Hong Kong’s fledgling competition regime and Singapore putting out covid-19 guidance.

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