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Under the Competition Ordinance, the Merger Rule prohibits a merger that has, or is likely to have, the effect of substantially lessening competition in Hong Kong.
The Competition Ordinance (Ordinance) is enforced by the Competition Commission (Commission) and the Competition Tribunal (Tribunal). Although the Hong Kong competition law resembles that of UK and the EU, the judicial ...
'Margin squeezing' or 'price squeezing' occurs where a firm which is active in two levels of a supply chain (a vertically integrated firm), and which controls an important input to the finished product or service, uses ...
Firms are generally entitled to choose with whom and on what terms they will do business. However a refusal to deal can breach the Competition Ordinance in two instances:
Firms with substantial market power have a special responsibility not to abuse their position of power in a way that harms competition.
Information is immensely powerful. It can give you an edge over your competitors. It can enhance competition by allowing companies to operate more efficiently and consumers to compare prices and products more easily.
After years of deliberation, the Competition Ordinance will finally take effect on 14 December 2015. The Ordinance provides for prohibitions in three major areas of anti-competitive conduct: the first conduct rule, the ...
A joint venture (JV) is a commercial enterprise that is undertaken jointly by two or more undertakings which otherwise retain their distinct identities.