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February 19, 2008
Competition and Regulatory Regimes in Small & Developing Countries
Posted by D. Daniel Sokol
CUTS' CDRF Porject has come out with a policy brief about Competition and Regulatory Regimes in Small & Developing Countries.
ABSTRACT: In small and developing economies, the formulation and implementation of competition policies should take into account the special characteristics associated with small domestic markets. The thrust of this policy brief is that while the main principles of competition law and regulation that have evolved in large economies are also relevant to small economies, the mode and application may have to be different in order to take into account the particular characteristics of small insular markets.
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