SESRIC


Training Course on ‘Competition Law Enforcement in Regulated Markets and Bid-Rigging’ in Pakistan
 
Date : 25-27 January 2016 Venue : Islamabad Pakistan

SESRIC organised, in collaboration with the Turkish Competition Authority, a training course on "Competition Law Enforcement in Regulated Markets and Bid-Rigging" within the framework of the OIC Capacity Building Programme for Competition Authorities (OIC-CA-CaB) in Islamabad, Pakistan on 25-27 January 2016. The course was provided by Mr. Remzi Özge Arıtürk and Metin Pektaş, competition experts of the Turkish Competition Authority with the participation of relevant members of the Competition Commission of Pakistan.

The training course mainly covered the following subjects:

  • Introduction & Determining an Unreasonable Increase in Price\Excessive Pricing
  • Providing Leniency
  • Establishing a Price\Margin Squeeze
  • How to Deal with the Documents Provided under Leniency Application
  • Applying a Regulated Conduct Defence Test
  • Foreign Sovereign Compulsion Doctrine / State Action Doctrine
  • Nexus between Change of Control and Acquisition Transactions
  • Building Relationships with Sector Regulators
  • Single Economic Entity (Parent-Subsidiary Relation) Doctrine Application on Turnover Calculations
  • Failing Firm Defence
  • Dealing with Government Departments/Regulatory Bodies Engaging in Anti-Competitive Practices
  • General Assessment, Questions, and Discussions

For other activities of the OIC Capacity Building Programme for Competition Authorities (OIC CA-CaB), please visit: http://www.oicvet.org/competition-authorities.php

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