Region: Singapore

Singapore shuts down warehousing cartel

Singapore’s antitrust watchdog has fined four warehouse operators a total of €2 million for fixing the price of their services at a large cargo distribution complex.

17 November 2022

Host of enforcers set to gather at GCR Live: Law Leaders Asia-Pacific

The heads of competition authorities in Singapore, Malaysia and Brunei are set to speak at GCR Live: Law Leaders Asia-Pacific this month, which includes two enforcers roundtables featuring officials from Australia, Korea and Japan.

05 August 2022


Featured in GCR 100 2022

Local competition lawyers work on the usual mix of merger control and behavioural matters before South East Asia’s most sophisticated antitrust enforcer.

10 December 2021

The Asia-Pacific Round-up (19 November 2021)

News in brief from the Asia-Pacific region… India’s competition watchdog is on the clock to determine whether Amazon misled the agency in acquiring a stake in a local retailer, which could lead to the revocation of the agency’s approval. Meanwhile, Meta – formerly known as Facebook – cleared its first major hurdle for its proposed acquisition of Kustomer.

18 November 2021

Singapore to publish business collaboration guidance

Singapore’s antitrust authority is seeking feedback on its proposed business collaboration guidance, aiming to clarify how it will assess the most common types of competitor coordination.

02 August 2021

The Asia-Pacific Round-up (23 July 2021)

News in brief from the Asia-Pacific region… Flipkart continues to fight against an Indian antitrust probe, having asked a court to treat it differently from rival Amazon. Meanwhile, Singapore has tweaked its penalty guidelines and the Philippines has set up a task force to look at abuse of dominance in the market for housing complexes.

22 July 2021

Singapore proposes renewing block exemption for liner shipping

Singapore’s competition agency has proposed renewing a block exemption for liner shipping agreements that allows for price discussions among competitors.

15 July 2021

The Asia-Pacific Round-up (9 July 2021)

News in brief from the Asia-Pacific region… China cranked up its tech crackdown yet again with another slate of gun-jumping decisions. Meanwhile, reports surfaced this week that Korea’s competition watchdog is investigating Broadcom just as the US-based chipmaker wrapped up a monopolisation lawsuit at home. And a pair of mergers are working their way through lengthy merger probes – one in New Zealand and another in Singapore.

08 July 2021

OECD urges caution over Singapore’s block exemption for liner shipping

The Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development has urged Singapore’s government to carefully analyse whether the country’s block exemption for liner shipping agreements is fit for purpose ahead of its potential renewal later this year.

04 June 2021

Singapore conditionally clears LSE/Refinitiv

Singapore’s competition authority has conditionally cleared London Stock Exchange Group’s US$27 billion acquisition of Refinitiv nearly four months after the companies closed the tie-up.

25 May 2021

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