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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...

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...

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....

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....

Mark Tan.


SISTIC abuse of dominance case: CAB upholds CCS’ decision

Singapore - June 27 2012 Ticketing service provider SISTIC has lost its appeal against the decision by the Competition Commission of Singapore (“CCS”) as the Competition Appeal Board (“CAB”) has upheld the decision that found SISTIC to have abused its dominant position through a series of exclusive arrangements made with event promoters and operators....