The Singapore Competition Act which was introduced in 2005, marked a new era for businesses. One of the policy aims of competition law is to positively affect the behaviour of businesses.
This Guide aims to help Singapore businesses understand competition principles and how to comply with the law so that businesses can avoid the significant risks of infringement which can adversely affect their financial position and reputation.
Key Features: - Written by well-known lawyers who have significant expertise on the subject of competition law. - Practical coverage and application of law to everyday transactions and scenarios. - Checklists of things to look out for to avoid non-compliance, and FAQs for Sections 34, 47 and 54 prohibitions.
Table Of Contents:
Chapter 1 The Singapore Competition Act (Cap 50B) Chapter 2 Market Definition Chapter 3 The Section 34 Prohibition Chapter 4 The Section 47 Prohibition Chapter 5 Intellectual Property Rights and Competition Overview Chapter 6 The Section 54 Prohibition Chapter 7 Investigations and Enforcement Chapter 8 Managing the Risk of Competition Law Through Compliance