Competition policy and development in Asia edited by Douglas H. Brooks and Simon J. EvenettPublication details: Basingstoke : Palgrave Macmillan, 2005.Description: xv, 392 pages : illustrations ; 23 cmISBN:
- 9781403996329 (hardbound)
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What is the relationship between competition law and policy and economic development? -- Competition policy, international trade, and foreign direct investment -- Would enforcing competition law compromise industrial policy objectives? -- People's Republic of China -- India -- Republic of Korea -- Malaysia -- Thailand -- Viet Nam -- Lessons from the six country analyses
This book looks at the experiences of six Asian countries in terms of developing and implementing domestic competition policy. It analyzes how the choice of development policies impacts on the state of competition in each country and how competition contributes to development. The considerable variation in policies and experiences across the countries provides a rich source of information from which lessons and best practices can be drawn.
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