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The Asia Pacific Antitrust Review

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The Asia-Pacific Antitrust Review 2019

Complementing our news coverage, The Asia-Pacific Antitrust Review 2019 provides an in-depth and exclusive look at the region. Preeminent practitioners have written about antitrust issues in eight jurisdictions, as well as one regional overview for merger control. The edition includes updates to 16 chapters and adds two new ones – overviews of antitrust in Malaysia and Korea. The authors are unquestionably among the experts in their field within these jurisdictions and the region. The volume includes contributions from the chairs of the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission and Korea’s Fair Trade Commission, as well as the chief executive of Hong Kong’s Competition Commission. Other experts look at a range of topics, including cartels and mergers in India and Japan and abuse of dominance in India and China. This annual review expands each year, especially as the Asia-Pacific region gains even more importance in the global antitrust landscape. It has some of the world’s most developed enforcers – in Australia, Korea and Japan, for example – but it also has some of the world’s newest competition regimes, including in Malaysia and Hong Kong.

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The Asia-Pacific Antitrust Review 2018

Global Competition Review is delighted to publish the 15th annual edition of The Asia-Pacific Antitrust Review, one of three annual reports including The Antitrust Review of the Americas and The European, Middle Eastern and African Antitrust Review which deliver specialist intelligence and research designed to help readers – general counsel, government agencies and private practitioners – successfully navigate the world’s increasingly complex competition regimes.

In preparing this report, Global Competition Review has worked exclusively with the region’s leading competition practitioners. It is their wealth of experience and knowledge – enabling them not only to explain law and policy, but also to put it into context – which makes the report particularly valuable to anyone doing business in the Asia-Pacific region today.

Although every effort has been made to ensure that all matters of concern to readers are covered, competition law and policy is complex and fast-changing, therefore specific legal advice should always be sought. Subscribers to Global Competition Review will receive regular updates on any changes to relevant laws over the coming year.

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The Asia-Pacific Antitrust Review 2017

The thirteenth annual edition covers developments in Australia, Canada, China, Hong Kong, India, Japan, Korea, Malaysia, New Zealand, Papua New Guinea, Singapore and Taiwan. Competition enforcers in Australia, Canada, Hong Kong, India, Malaysia, Papua New Guinea, the Philippines and Singapore discuss activity and priorities for the year ahead.

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The Asia-Pacific Antitrust Review 2016

The thirteenth annual edition covers developments in Australia, Canada, China, Hong Kong, India, Japan, Korea, Malaysia, the Philippines and Vietnam. Competition enforcers in Australia, Canada, India, Korea, New Zealand, Pakistan, Papua New Guinea, the Philippines and Singapore discuss activity and priorities for the year ahead.

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The Asia-Pacific Antitrust Review 2015

The twelfth annual edition covers developments in Australia, Canada, China, Hong Kong, India, Japan, Korea, Malaysia, the Philippines and Vietnam. Competition enforcers in Australia, Canada, India, Korea, New Zealand, Pakistan, Pappua New Guinea, the Philippines and Singapore discuss activity and priorities for the year ahead.

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The Asia-Pacific Antitrust Review 2014

The eleventh annual edition covers antitrust developments in Australia, Canada, China, Hong Kong, India, Japan, Korea, Malaysia, the Philippines and Vietnam. Government officials discuss enforcement and priorities for their agency in Australia, India, Korea, Malaysia, New Zealand, Pakistan and Singapore.