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LNG Sale And Purchase Agreement Destination Restrictions Likely Anticompetitive
Contracts for the sale of LNG traditionally limit the ability of the liquefied natural gas buyer to freely resell the cargoes acquired under the contract.
Japan
22 Aug 2017
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Amendments To The "Guidelines Concerning Distribution Systems And Business Practices Under The Antimonopoly Act"
On June 16, 2017, the "Guidelines Concerning Distribution Systems and Business Practices under the Antimonopoly Act" ("Guidelines") were amended.
Japan
31 Jul 2017
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ジョーンズ・デイ・コメンタリー:カルテル案件に対する近時のEU加盟̃
近年、欧州委員会による加盟国間にわたるカルテル案件に対する執行件数および制裁金額は少しながら減少傾向にあります。
European Union
10 Oct 2016
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ジョーンズ・デイ・アラート:ベルギーが競争法手続きにおける新たな
ベルギー競争当局は、カルテルに対するリーニエンシー・プログラムについて新たなガイドライン(以下「本ガイドライン」)を公表しま
Belgium
18 Apr 2016
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Antitrust & Competition: Asia in Focus
A draft bill to further modernize Taiwan's primary competition law statute, the Fair Trade Act, has been sent to the Legislature for consideration.
Taiwan
25 Apr 2014
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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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MYCC Discovers Truck Owners' Cartel
The Pan-Malaysia Truck Owners Association had decided that its members would increase their transportation charges by 15%.
Malaysia
24 Apr 2014
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ACCC Pursues A "Knowingly Concerned" Accessory To A Cartel
The ACCC filed proceedings against Australia's leading suppliers of laundry products alleging a "laundry detergent cartel."
Australia
22 Apr 2014
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Calculation Of Fines For Cartel Conduct
The Indian Competition Appellate Tribunal has clarified the amount of fines that the Competition Commission of India can impose for cartel conduct.
India
22 Apr 2014
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Korea Considers Antitrust Exemptions For Certain Cartels To Assist Economic Recovery
In an effort to aid the country's recovery from economic crisis, the Chairman of the Korea Fair Trade Commission (KFTC) reportedly has announced that the KFTC may invoke its power to exempt certain cartels from the Korea antitrust laws, so long as the cartels do not engage in "direct price fixing."
China
16 Jan 2009
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