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Middle East & Africa
Raees + Co
The fundamental purpose of competition law is twofold: it seeks to encourage a dynamic economy and to enhance consumer welfare by promoting competition and controlling practices that could restrict it.
Youssry Saleh & Partners
The Arab Republic of Egypt aims to guarantee a good economic environment that does not restrict, prevent or damage the freedom of competition and issued Law No.
Primerio Ltd
Dominance Comparative Guide for the jurisdiction of Kenya, check out our comparative guides section to compare across multiple countries
PricewaterhouseCoopers Limited
It is now clear that the Competition Authority is a watchdog with a real bite and not just a bark. The competition regulator, approaching its 10th birthday...
PricewaterhouseCoopers Limited
Every year, in its annual report, the Competition Authority of Kenya discloses the number of cases that it has handled and the corresponding decisions made. If you analyze these cases and the resultant decisions...
Primerio Ltd
Dominance Comparative Guide for the jurisdiction of Nigeria, check out our comparative guides section to compare across multiple countries
Pristine and Sage Attorneys
In early March, 2022, the Nigerian anti-competition regulator, Federal Competition and Consumer Protection Commission (FCCPC), announced ongoing investigations of shipping companies...
Saudi Arabia
Jones Day
Recent actions by the Saudi Arabia competition authority confirm that the agency is adopting a more aggressive enforcement approach, particularly involving consumer-facing companies.
Jones Day
The Saudi Arabian General Authority for Competition ("GAC") announced this week that its board had blocked Delivery Hero's proposed acquisition of The Chefz...
South Africa
Fairbridges Wertheim Becker
Dominance Comparative Guide for the jurisdiction of South Africa, check out our comparative guides section to compare across multiple countries
On Wednesday, 13 July, the Competition Commission published its provisional report in the Online Intermediation Platforms Market Inquiry (the "OIPMI").
On 16 March 2022, CEMAC published Regulation No. 00087 to supplement and amend Articles 1 and 6 of Regulation No. 00035 of September 2020. The new Regulation contains provisions relating...
Herbert Smith Freehills
We will soon be launching an informative guide on the current state of merger control competition regulation across Africa. The effective regulation of competition continues to be ...
Barnard Inc Attorneys
In a recent Open Secrets report on the ‘data war' between GovChat and Meta, the writers wrote an insightful analysis of the central issues and the potential risk to the ‘sanctity' of the personal information of South African citizens.
Andersen in South Africa
On 10 January 2022, the Competition Commission released a media statement it termed "a call to action" for schools, school bodies and parents regarding the procurement of school uniforms.
Competition law: with a focus on public interest issues | Jocelyn Katz...
Andersen in South Africa
On 15 October 2021 the Constitutional Court delivered a precedent setting judgement on the role of the competition authorities in promoting and protecting cornerstone socio-economic rights contained...
There is a proverb that says "If you want to go fast, go alone. If you want to go far, go together".
Three independent competition authorities with dedicated roles. Minister of Trade, Industry and Competition has the ability to "participate" in proceedings.
Adams & Adams
On the 19th of May 2021, the South African Competition Commission ("Commission") formally initiated a market inquiry into the online intermediation platform market ("OIPMI") in terms of Section 43B(i)(a) of the Competition Act, 89 of 1998.
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