Vietnam Antitrust Comes of Age

14 August 2017 - 12:00 am UTC

Vietnam is fast becoming a jurisdiction to watch once the proposed amendments to its antitrust law take shape come January 2018. In our latest series of stories, sources told PaRR that the regulator will take the help of the police when it comes to cartel behavior, which will face criminal sanctions. Further the Vietnamese competition authority intends to follow international best practices and remove market share thresholds when it comes to merger review as well as do away with the merger notification period Included is a compilation of our recent coverage, leveraging PaRR’s exclusive sourcing, journalistic expertise, and forward looking insight. All for our subscriber’s benefit. Whether it be to identify new business opportunities, anticipate issues, or mitigate risk for your company or clients, PaRR is here for you with the latest news and intelligence.

The report will cover the below:

  • Vietnam’s revised crimes code to lift police profile in major cartel investigations
  • Vietnam’s independent competition authority to see less political interference, official says
  • Vietnam unlikely to set economic thresholds for abuse of dominance
  • Vietnam’s competition authority considers slashing merger notification period
  • Vietnam’s competition authority to remove market share threshold for merger reviews 

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