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  • 99326
    21 January 2013
    20 years of the SLC test in Australian merger law

    By Luke Woodward, Romany Webb and Miles Foran

    20 years on – The substantial lessening of competition test in Australia merger law. The 20 year anniversary of the introduction of the substantial lessening of competition test as the standard for merger review under Australian competition law.

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  • 99340
    10 January 2013
    Singapore Cartel Regulations Publication

    By Drew & Napier LLC

    Reproduced with permission from Law Business Research Ltd. This article was first published in Getting the Deal Through – Cartel Regulations, (published in November 2012). For further information please visit www.GettingTheDealThrough.com

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  • 99339
    10 January 2013
    Coca-Cola Changes Business Practices In The Local Soft Drinks Market

    By Drew & Napier LLC

    The Competition Commission of Singapore (CCS) has, today, issued a press release stating
    that it has ceased its investigations into Coca-Cola Singapore Beverages Pte Ltd’s (CCSB) supply
    agreements with its on-premise retailers.

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  • 99350
    01 January 2013
    Competition Law Developments in Pakistan

    By Mandviwalla & Zafar

    Summary of three landmark cases under the Competition Law in Pakistan

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  • 99352
    01 January 2013
    Taiwan's Leniency Program

    Stephen C. Wu / Yvonne Y. Hsieh / Wei-Han Wu

    (The article reflects only the authors' opinion and does not represent the opinion of Lee and Li.)

    The article first explain the basic elements of the leniency program under the Taiwan Fair Trade Act ("TFTA"), which comes into effect in early 2012. Further, it introduces the pioneer case in which for the first time the Taiwan Fair Trade Commission ("TFTC") closes the cartel investigation with the assistance from the leniency applicant. Lastly, the authors examine the impact which may arise from this whistle-blower system alongside with other proposed amendments on the regulatory and enforcement landscape of the competition law in Taiwan.

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