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Competition Law in the BRICS Countries

Edited by: Adrian Emch, Jose Regazzini, Vassily Rudomino

ISBN13: 9789041138217
Published: September 2012
Publisher: Kluwer Law International
Country of Publication: The Netherlands
Format: Hardback
Price: £120.00



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Companies around the world and their advisors have realized, over the past few years, that they must be very aware of merger control and antitrust enforcement developments in Brasilia, Moscow, New Delhi, Beijing, and Pretoria.

When one appreciates the extent of enforcement by the competition authorities of the powerful emerging economies of Brazil, Russia, India, China, and South Africa, it becomes clear that a fundamental change in the focus of international antitrust enforcement has occurred.

Under the auspices of the International Bar Association, this timely, invaluable book examines in detail the fast-moving antitrust developments in the BRICS countries. Twenty-nine outstanding experts – practitioners, officials, and academics, each of them working in one of the five countries – present in-depth descriptions of the structure, powers, and procedures of their country’s respective enforcement agencies.

Disclosure, transparency, benchmarking, portfolio of policymaking tools, and the speed, phasing, and priorities of implementation are all fully analysed. The authors provide summaries with implications of relevant cases in their jurisdictions.

At a time when the BRICS antitrust agencies are increasingly asserting their roles in a multipolar antitrust world and cooperating with each other more and more, this thorough and up-to-date comparative analysis on what the BRICS countries are doing in the antitrust sector will be extremely valuable to corporate counsel worldwide. For academics and policymakers it will provide a highly revealing perspective on the current state of international competition law enforcement.

Subjects:
Competition Law
Contents:
About the International Bar Association. List of Editors. List of Contributors. Foreword. Preface; M. J. Reynolds.
1. Brazil ; V. Marques de Carvalho, M. Calliari, D. Alves Guimarães, O. Zago Chinaglia.
2. Russia; I. Artemyev, V. Rudomino, A. Numerova, G. Zakharov, A. Rokhlin, R. Nikitina, L. Merzlikina.
3. India; S. Gaur, C. Shroff, N. Kaur Uberoi.
4. China; Ning Wanglu, S. J. Evrard, Y. Zhang, J. Su, X. Yang.
5. South Africa; S. Ramburuth, D. Unterhalter, R. Legh, P. Steyn.
6. Comparative Overviews; Wang Xiaoye, M. Reysen, P. Rincazaux, T. Janssens, C. Lavoie, W. E. Kovacic.