Global Competition Review rolled out a standalone weekly briefing that focuses on the Asia-Pacific region.
Asia-Pacific is the fastest growing competition law region in the world, and perhaps the most diverse. It ranges from long-established competition authorities such as those in Australia, Korea and Japan; growing enforcers in Singapore, India and China; and fledgling regimes in Hong Kong, the Philippines, Indonesia and beyond.
Asia contains more than 4.4 billion people and many countries are still emerging from decades of underdevelopment and other systemic issues. As the region’s economies open up, the importance of competition law also grows.
As enforcers there gain experience and determination, the more likely they are to weigh in on major global deals. Some already are on the cutting edge of issues such as the intersection of antitrust and intellectual property.
GCR Asia is a dedicated briefing containing that week’s GCR articles about developments around the Asia-Pacific region, plus the weekly Tipline roundup of other regional news.
The news are compiled by GCR’s editorial staff based in Hong Kong and led by senior reporter Charles McConnell.
To sign up for the new briefing, please visit: https://lbresearch.com/gcr/email.