The final stretch: The Asia-Pacific Tipline for 3 July 2020
It’s not clear where he is heading, but Brent Snyder has decided to step down at the end of his first term as the chief executive at Hong Kong’s Competition Commission. He joined the agency just years after the country implemented a competition law and by all accounts has put it on track for future success. Time will tell who his replacement will be – he even agreed to stay on for an extra six months to make the transition smooth – and practitioners hope they will be as or more ambitious in driving the territory’s competition regime forward.
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