Edited by Steven Van Uytsel, Shuya Hayashi and John O. Haley
This timely Research Handbook provides a comprehensive overview and discussion of the substantive competition law provisions of the ASEAN Plus Three region, including Hong Kong and Taiwan. Taking a unique comparative perspective, chapters examine Asian competition laws in relation to the existing laws that served as models for them, analysing how and why they deviate.
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- Research Handbook on Asian Competition Law
- Introduction to the Research Handbook on Asian Competition Law
- Chapter 1: Adopting competition law in Asia: an increasingly complex reality
- Chapter 2: The proliferation of competition law in Asia: from forced adoption to an integration project
- Chapter 3: The Japanese competition law in its own way: a historical review of the AMA and its characteristics
- Chapter 4: The evolution of fair and free competition law in the Republic of Korea
- Chapter 5: Political, economic and legal driving forces shaping the developmental contours of competition law: the experience of Taiwan
- Chapter 6: Indonesian competition law: up for renewal
- Chapter 7: Competition law in Thailand: in transition to an operational law
- Chapter 8: Vietnams competition law adoption: from passive to active
- Chapter 9: Competition law in Singapore: the first decade
- Chapter 10: Hong Kong competition law and legal transplant
- Chapter 11: Legal transplant: giving life to Malaysias competition regime
- Chapter 12: Retrospective and prospects of Chinas Anti-Monopoly Law
- Chapter 13: The Philippine competition law dilemma: US–EU fusion to tension?
- Chapter 14: Competition law in Laos: evaluating its potential for effective enforcement
- Chapter 15: A legal transplant made unnecessarily complex: the Myanmar Competition Law
- Chapter 16: The journey to the Cambodian competition law
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