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Competition Law in 2014 and Trends for 2015

Kala Anandarajah, Dominique Lombardi, Tanya Tang, Kimberly Tan, Marcus Teo, and Shuhei Otsuka, Rajah & Tann Singapore, Client Update, January 2015

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In 2014, the Competition Commission of Singapore took a highly pro-active stance in ensuring compliance with competition law in Singapore. It cracked down on international cartel cases affecting competition in Singapore and stepped up its enforcement activity in relation to merger control. This article covers the key developments in competition law in Singapore in 2014 and discusses the likely trends looking forward to 2015.

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