Tuesday, November 21, 2017

The Assessment of Challenges to Competition Enforcement in Egypt: The Informal Economy and Governmental Intervention(s)

Mohamed Elfar, Queen Mary - University of London offers The Assessment of Challenges to Competition Enforcement in Egypt: The Informal Economy and Governmental Intervention(s).

ABSTRACT: There are differences between developing and developed countries market structures. This may presuppose differences in enforcement policies and priorities. While giving priority to inter-brand competition, intra-brand competition should not be undermined. The article explores the case of Egypt, as a representative to developing countries, by assessing its enforcement policy of intra-brand competition. The article also recommends a way forward in light of international best practices.

https://lawprofessors.typepad.com/antitrustprof_blog/2017/11/the-assessment-of-challenges-to-competition-enforcement-in-egypt-the-informal-economy-and-government.html

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