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CCS' reward scheme for cartel informants

Singapore - March 31 2014 The Competition Commission of Singapore (CCS) has in place a financial reward scheme (Reward Scheme) offering rewards of up to S$120,000for…

Co-authors: Mohamad Rizuan Bin Pathie.


Competition laws in ASEAN – overview of the main prohibitions

Asia-Pacific - June 18 2013 Most of the members of the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) are expected to introduce a nation-wide competition policy and law by 2015…

Co-authors: Mark Tan, Soumya Hariharan.


Competition laws in ASEAN: A South-East Asian perspective

Asia-Pacific, Cambodia, Indonesia, Malaysia, Myanmar, Philippines, Singapore, Thailand, Vietnam - October 9 2012 The last decade has witnessed the introduction of competition law legislation in several nations of the Association of Southeast Asian Nations.

Co-authors: Soumya Hariharan.


Information exchange between ferry operators infringed the Section 34 Prohibition

Singapore - July 25 2012 On 18 July 2011, the Competition Commission of Singapore, completed its investigations (as a result of a complaint filed) and published an infringement decision against two ferry operators which operated ferry services from Habourfront ferry terminal in Singapore to Batam.

Co-authors: Mark Tan.


CCS more facilitative in latest amendments to its guidelines on merger procedures

Singapore - June 27 2012 The Competition Commission of Singapore (the "CCS") published its revised Guidelines on Merger Procedures (the "Guidelines") on 20 June 2012 after conducting a public consultation which began on 20 February 2012 for one month.

Co-authors: Mark Tan.

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