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Singapore Hotels Fined For Exchanging Commercially Sensitive Information Over WhatsApp
On 30 January 2019, the Competition and Consumer Commission of Singapore imposed a fine of S$1,522,354 on the owners and operators of the following hotels in Singapore for engaging in anti-competitive conduct:
Singapore
20 Feb 2019
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Singapore And Indonesia Enter Into Cross-Border Competition Enforcement Agreement
As regulators continue to expand and entrench their cross border enforcement and coordination capabilities, businesses having operations in the ASEAN countries ...
Singapore
13 Nov 2018
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Competition And Consumer Commission Of Singapore (CCCS) Issues Record Breaking S$27 Million Penalty Against Fresh Chicken Distributors
The Competition and Consumer Commission of Singapore (CCCS) has issued its highest ever financial penalty of almost S$27 million against 13 fresh chicken distributors (Chicken Distributors).
Singapore
27 Sep 2018
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Singapore And Indonesia Enters Into Cross-Border Competition Enforcement Agreement
In particular, the MOU will encourage notification of enforcement activities that potentially affect the CCCS and the KPPU interests.
Singapore
17 Sep 2018
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Singapore Commission Proposes Amendments To Competition Act
The CCCS consolidation and proposed amendments will be beneficial for Singapore's regulatory environment.
Singapore
24 Apr 2018
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Indonesian Business Competition Supervisory Commission (KPPU) Chair Hints Of Enforcement Against Foreign Companies Arising From Amendments To Indonesian Competition Law
The Chair of the Indonesian Business Competition Supervisory Commission (the KPPU), Syarkawi Rauf, has hinted at "taking action against foreign companies" ...
Singapore
27 Feb 2018
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Singapore Consults On Changes To Competition Act; Imposes Its Largest Cartel Penalty To Date
On 21 December 2017, the Singapore Competition Commission (CCS) published a consultation on proposed changes to the Competition Act.
Singapore
16 Feb 2018
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Investing Intelligently In An E-Commerce Company: Challenges & Potential Innovations
By 2027, Singapore's e-commerce market is predicted to grow five-fold – to at least US$5.4 billion (S$7.5 billion), according to a study by Google and Temasek Holdings.
Singapore
13 Dec 2017
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The Benefits And Harms Of e-Commerce On Competition Law
Electronic commerce has gained significant popularity globally in recent years. As the internet became more familiar, and traditional biased attitude towards bricks-and-mortar retail shops fade, more businesses begin to embrace e-commerce...
Singapore
12 Apr 2017
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Competition Law - Rights Of Private Action
Singapore's competition law regime has been in place since 2006 but you may not be aware that Singapore's competition law regime provides for the Right of Private Action...
Singapore
24 May 2016
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Competition Law Quarterly Update - January 2016
In this issue, we round up some of the major developments in the competition law world from the second half of 2015.
Worldwide
7 Mar 2016
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Proposed Changes To The Competition Commission Of Singapore's Guidelines: What You Need To Know
On 25 September 2015, the Competition Commission of Singapore ("CCS"), announced a consultation process on proposed amendments to its existing guidelines.
Singapore
3 Mar 2016
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SCC Finds Its Rhythm With Regular Cartel And Merger Investigations
The Competition Commission of Singapore has been relatively active recently in the cartel enforcement area.
Singapore
24 Apr 2014
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Singapore’s First Competition Appeal Board’s Decision Issued
By two decisions dated 28 February 2011 and published on 24 March 2011, the Competition Appeal Board of Singapore (‘CAB’) substantially reduced the fines imposed on 3 November 2009 on six express bus companies by the Competition Commission of Singapore (‘CCS’). Rajah & Tann LLP Competition and Antitrust Practice acted for four of the appellants, namely Konsortium Express & Tours Pte Ltd, Five Stars Tours Pte Ltd, GR Travel Pte Ltd and Gunung Raya Travel Pte Ltd (together, the Appellants). This U
Singapore
 
12 Apr 2011
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China's First Public Anti-Cartel Action under the Anti-Monopoly Law
On 30 March 2010, China’s National Development and Reform Commission (‘NDRC’) published its first public infringement decision under the Chinese Anti-Monopoly Law (‘AML’), in which it imposed financial penalties on 21 members of a Rice Noodle Cartel for price-fixing. The NDRC is the Chinese competition authority tasked with enforcing the AML in relation to price-related anti-competition activities. The public infringement decision was imposed almost a year and a half after the coming into force
Singapore
 
11 Jun 2010
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Significance & Impact Of The Japan-Vietnam Agreement For The Liberalization, Promotion & Protection Of Investment
To boost flagging foreign investor confidence in Vietnam and to stem ebbing levels of foreign direct investment ("FDI") into the Socialist Republic, the governments of Vietnam and Japan inked an agreement for The Liberalization, Promotion And Protection Of Investment ("LIPPIA" or "the Agreement") in Tokyo on 14 November 2003.
Singapore
18 May 2004
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