The 2010 guide to Competition and antitrust

  • Chile: Protecting free competition

    José Miguel Gana of Avendaño y Merino Abogados provides an overview of antitrust in Chile

  • China: Engaging with Mofcom

    Susan Ning, Jiang liyong, Chai Zhifeng and Liu Jia of King & Wood explain how to get a deal through the antitrust review

  • France: Protecting legal privilege

    Jean-Christophe Grall and Thomas Lamy of MG Avocats – Grall & Associés compare French and EC law on privilege

  • Hungary: Detecting Cartels

    Dr. Anikó Keller of Szecskay Attorneys at Law on the introduction of the informant reward

  • India: Shifting sands

    Cyril Shroff and Anu Tiwari of Amarchand & Mangaldas & Suresh A. Shroff & Co. evaluate the emerging merger control regime and the progress made by the Indian competition regulator (CCI) so far

  • Japan: Beyond Guidance

    Koya Uemura of Anderson Mori & Tomotsune discusses developments in Japan’s merger control regime

  • Mexico: Toughening competition law

    Rafael M. Brito Anderson and Gerardo Calderón Villegas analyse the proposals before the Senate

  • Portugal: Calling for change

    Mathilde Sucena Argentier and Margarida Lino Santos of GPA Law Firm outline expected changes to Portuguese Competition Law

  • Romania: EU harmonisation and beyond

    Georgeta Harapcea of Nestor Nestor Diculescu Kingston Petersen considers the recent harmonisation with EU competition law and developments in criminal liability and legal privilege

  • Serbia: Enforcement in the West Balkans

    Rastko Petakovic of KN Karanovic & Nikolic on why private enforcement is gaining momentum in both Serbia and Bosnia-Herzegovina

  • South Korea: Flexing its muscles

    Paul S. Rhee and Song Ryu of Yoon & Yang LLC discuss KFTC’s law enforcement

  • Turkey: A decisive moment

    Gonenc Gurkaynak of ELIG explains the decisive influence of managers and employees on infringements under Turkish competition law

  • Ukraine: Concerted actions

    Denis Lysenko and Mariya Nizhnik of Vasil Kisil & Partners discuss concerted practice