E. Medalla's Competition Policy in the East Asia Pacific Region (PAFTAD PDF

By E. Medalla

ISBN-10: 020331235X

ISBN-13: 9780203312353

ISBN-10: 0415350751

ISBN-13: 9780415350754

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Criminal penalties cannot be imposed under the Price Law, but it allows for fines of up to five times the illegal gains. Regional and sectoral regulations In addition to the national Unfair Competition Law, various provinces and major cities have also passed laws and regulations to counter unfair competition. For example, price fixing was first prohibited under regulations passed by Guangdong province. Beijing enacted its own Unfair Competition Law in 1994, shortly after the promulgation of the national law.

However, an independent body may not have the resources to investigate all government measures and regulations. 5 There are valid fears that regulatory failures in competition authorities can result in serious errors in judgement, punishing those who should not be punished and leaving those who should be punished, unpunished. B. (2002) ‘The need for a Philippine comprehensive competition policy and law’, paper presented during a Competition Policy Seminar organised by the National Economic and Development Authority and the Korea Development Institute, Pasig City, June.

Motivated by economic and political interests, local governments often protect enterprises by putting up trade barriers, tilting the playing field in favour of local firms, or putting pressure on law enforcers investigating local firms. Since local governments appoint the heads of local Administrations for Industry and Commerce, it is difficult for them to enforce competition law independently and fairly. The existing enforcement system is not well suited for combating regional monopolies. Finally, a distinctive feature of Chinese law is the inclusion of strict penalties.

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