The Qld Competition Authority released a Discussion Paper on Capacity Expansion and Access Pricing for Rail and Ports.
A profound change to the institutional and procedural landscape for competition law in Belgium has taken place with the enactment of new competition law provisions in the Belgian Code of Economic Law.
On May 10, 2013, the senior deputy commissioner at the Mergers Branch of the Competition Bureau (the Bureau) announced that the Bureau is changing its information requirements for merger transactions involving the upstream sector of the Canadian oil and gas industry.
The Canadian government's 2013 budget implementation bill (C-60) will enact a number of previously announced adjustments to the Investment Canada Act (ICA).
On April 29, 2013, the Government of Canada tabled its budget implementation bill, the Economic Action Plan 2013 Act, which includes proposed amendments to the Investment Canada Act, particularly in relation to state-owned enterprises.
On May 10, 2013, Blakes hosted the Canadian Competition Bureau's Annual Merger Roundtable on behalf of the Canadian Bar Association.
The Federal Government recently introduced its 2013 budget implementation bill, Bill C-60.
Announced on the State Administration of Industry and Commerce website on 3 May 2013, the Guideline on the Handling of Evidence for Anti-monopoly Cases issued by Liaoning Administration of Industry and Commerce represents the next phase of Anti-Monopoly Law enforcement activity by the SAIC.
The US$5.6 billion grain deal between one of Japan's largest trading companies and the third-largest North American grain company took just under a year for MOFCOM to clear.
Following a lengthy review lasting the best part of a year, on 16 April 2013 the Ministry of Commerce of the People's Republic of China gave a conditional green light to the acquisition by Glencore International plc.
On 27 March 2013, the European Commission opened a consultation on proposed revisions to its Notice on Simplified Procedure and Merger Implementing Regulation.
A list of summaries of the most recent competition law related updates.
In a recent decision, the Brandenburg Higher Regional Court held that the regulations under competition law require the address of the registered office of the company to be included in all directly product-related advertising.
The new law 'On Amendments to Some Legislative Acts of the Republic of Kazakhstan on Competition has recently been adopted.
A discussion which explores the manner in which to stay away from the risk of infringing competition policy.
A bill amending the Competition Act has been passed and published in the Belgian State Gazette.
Now, for the first time since the inception of the Competition Act, there is a real and definite focus on criminal investigations linked to contraventions of the Competition Act.
The exchange of information between competitors is not regulated under Turkish law.
The dealership system in the petroleum sector has recently been evolving, thanks to certain decisions of the Turkish Competition Board.
The next step of the on-going Phoebe Putney litigation is completed.