|Bar Council Bookshop – Hot Pick (18 Apr 2011)|
|Monday, 18 April 2011 09:47am|
ASEAN Competition Law (in looseleaf format)
General Editors: Dr R Ian McEwin and Kala Anandarajah
With a population of over 600 million, the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (“ASEAN”) is fast emerging as a major economic trading block. To enhance regional economic performance, the ASEAN member states have committed to introducing respective nation-wide competition policy and law by 2015. A good understanding of competition law is now essential for anyone doing business in the region and ASEAN Competition Law is primed to be the definitive guide to competition and antitrust law in ASEAN.
Written by senior practising experts in the region, it demystifies competition law for businessmen, lawyers and policymakers by concisely examining and analysing both existing and prospective competition laws in each country. Simple in language, ASEAN Competition Law not only explains the law but provides step-by-step guidance on important procedural matters. Of particular value to businessmen, lawyers and particularly corporate counsel operating across the region are the comparisons made between the different ASEAN countries. References will also be made, where relevant, to the jurisprudence and policy issues from Australia, the United States and the European Union, the last being the source from which most ASEAN competition law draws base.
As this looseleaf title grows with its quarterly updates, the wealth of cases and expert commentary will make ASEAN Competition Law the foremost source of competition law in the region – indispensable to any competition law practitioner.
This publication is available at the Bar Council Bookshop at RM585 (regular selling price RM 650) while stocks last. Please note that this price excludes future updates.
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