September 6, 2008
Regional Competition Policy in Africa
Posted by D. Daniel Sokol
According to news reports, "Southern African Development Community (SADC) member states have adopted a land-mark competition policy that is expected to shape regional investment and trade across the 14-member grouping, the organization said this week after a two-day meeting which was held in Gaborone this week."
Outside of the EU, regional competition policy has been of only limited success for a combination of a lack of capacity and larger political-economy issues.
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