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Competition Law in Indonesia

The Indonesian Competition Commission (ICC / KPPU) has become increasingly active in prosecuting anti-competitive behavior in recent years. This practical guide, written by a team of lawyers and economists from Indonesia's largest competition practice, will help both companies and practitioners comply with competition law in Southeast Asia's largest economy. Indonesian Competition Law will be especially useful for businesses planning to expand into Indonesia by means of merger or acquisition.
Publisher: LexisNexis
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ISBN/ISSN: 9789812368843
Publisher: LexisNexis

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The Indonesian Competition Commission (ICC / KPPU) has become increasingly active in prosecuting anti-competitive behavior in recent years. This practical guide, written by a team of lawyers and economists from Indonesia's largest competition practice, will help both companies and practitioners comply with competition law in Southeast Asia's largest economy. Indonesian Competition Law will be especially useful for businesses planning to expand into Indonesia by means of merger or acquisition.

...Competition law must be seen in the context of an integrated and synchronized approach that brings together economics and law. This book, authored by a team lead by HMBC Rikrik Rizkiyana from ASSEGAF HAMZAH & PARTNERS, goes some way towards making this a reality... the authors do not shy away from highlighting a number of crucial and controversial issues affecting Indonesian competition law at the present time... I firmly believe that this work will provide a major contribution to the future development of both competition law and economics in Indonesia as we prepare for the dawning of the ASEAN Single Market in 2015.
Foreword by IR M. Nawir Messi, Chairman of the Commission for the Supervision of Business Competition (KPPU), Republic of Indonesia

...Both law and policy makers will find invaluable references and input in these pages for their endeavors to further improve competition law and policy, while regulators will benefit from the authors' practical insights and commentaries on the enforcement of competition law to date.What particularly distinguishes this work from other similar ones on Indonesian competition law is that it approaches the matter not only from the legal perspective but also the economic perspective. The fact that it is in English should also help open up a window on Indonesian competition law for overseas jurists and practitioners.
Foreword by The Honorable Prof. Dr. Syamsul Ma'arif, Supreme Court Judge, Republic of Indonesia

Table of contents

Chapter 1: Introduction
Chapter 2: Features of Indonesian Competition Law
Chapter 3: Conceptual Basis of Indonesian Competition Law
Chapter 4: Market Definition
Chapter 5: Restrictive Business Practices
Chapter 6: Abuse of Dominant Position
Chapter 7: Merger and Concentration
Chapter 8: Exemptions
Chapter 9: Trans-national Anticompetitive Behavior
Chapter 10: Proceedings