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Grab calls watchdog's definition of market 'too narrow'

Grab calls watchdog's definition of market 'too narrow'

It says there is 'intense competition' between street-hail taxis and private-hire car drivers.

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Experts want more clearly defined rules but welcome CCCS move

Experts want more clearly defined rules but welcome CCCS move

Grab was fined about $6.4 million while Uber was fined about $6.58 million by the Competition and Consumer Commission of Singapore.

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S$13m fines for Grab, Uber, and a market share debate

S$13m fines for Grab, Uber, and a market share debate

The competition panel said it will suspend all restrictions on Grab if a new player can capture at least 30 per cent of the Singapore ride-hailing market.

Secretive chicken cartel taken down by a tip-off

Secretive chicken cartel taken down by a tip-off

Group had colluded to fix prices for years before whistle-blower alerted the authorities.

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Singapore and Indonesia enters into cross-border competition enforcement agreement

CCCS has entered into its first ever MOU on competition enforcement with Indonesia's KPPU on 30 Aug 18.

13 chicken distributors roasted with a S$26.9 million fine

On 12 Sep 2018, the CCCS issued an infringement decision against the 13 chicken distributors for agreeing not to compete by coordinating the amount and timing of price increases of fresh chicken products.

13 chicken firms fined $26.9m for price fixing

13 chicken firms fined $26.9m for price fixing

Amount is the highest total financial penalty in a single case to date: CCCS

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CCCS issues Guidance Note for Airline Alliance Agreements

This Update provides a summary of the Guidance Note and highlights the differences from the draft guidance note.

CCCS issues note on airline alliances

CCCS issues note on airline alliances

The guidance note highlights procedural and substantive issues commonly encountered during CCCS' review process, and how airlines can take steps to avoid them.

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Journals Online: Competition Law

This article in the SAL Annual Review encapsulates and evaluates the 2017 decisions of the Singapore courts on competition law. It is authored by Kala Anandarajah.

CCCS clears proposed acquisition between two steel players

CCCS had announced the clearance decision in April 2018 when it concluded that the Proposed Transaction, if carried into effect, would not lead to a substantial lessening of competition within the relevant markets in Singapore.

[INT] Competition Bites – South-East Asia & Beyond

Read on if you don’t want to miss out on the latest developments in competition law around the globe.

CCCS consults on proposed remedies for Grab/Uber merger

This Update provides a summary of the CCCS’s provisional findings and proposed recommendations.
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