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Session 4: Market Definition in a 'Borderless' Economy

Session 4

 

For cross-border cases, how the geographic market is defined may affect whether competition in Singapore is found to be harmed, or the amount of turnover that is subject to financial penalty. With the digital economy transcending borders, issues relating to geographic markets have become more pertinent.

 

This webinar will examine the extent to which various factors may impact the definition of the geographical market, including the locations of suppliers, customers, product delivery, service performance, invoice, and procurement decision. The speakers will also discuss geographic markets issues in international transportation, digital platforms, and international services.

 

About the Series

 

The Competition and Consumer Commission of Singapore (CCCS) will once again be partnering the Singapore Academy of Law (SAL) in this triennial flagship event that highlights key developments and emerging trends in competition law and policy in Singapore.   Participants will hear from distinguished local and international competition experts including academics, competition law practitioners, businesses and regulators from ASEAN and other jurisdictions.

 

In light of COVID-19, this fifth edition is going digital and will be presented as a series of five webinars in the month of March 2021.

 

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For enquiries, please call +65 6332 4388 or email to [email protected].

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Webinar Date:
24 March 2021 (4.00pm to 5.30pm)

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Associate Student Price - $32.10
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YOUR PRICE (inclusive of GST)
$128.40

Session 4

 

For cross-border cases, how the geographic market is defined may affect whether competition in Singapore is found to be harmed, or the amount of turnover that is subject to financial penalty. With the digital economy transcending borders, issues relating to geographic markets have become more pertinent.

 

This webinar will examine the extent to which various factors may impact the definition of the geographical market, including the locations of suppliers, customers, product delivery, service performance, invoice, and procurement decision. The speakers will also discuss geographic markets issues in international transportation, digital platforms, and international services.

 

About the Series

 

The Competition and Consumer Commission of Singapore (CCCS) will once again be partnering the Singapore Academy of Law (SAL) in this triennial flagship event that highlights key developments and emerging trends in competition law and policy in Singapore.   Participants will hear from distinguished local and international competition experts including academics, competition law practitioners, businesses and regulators from ASEAN and other jurisdictions.

 

In light of COVID-19, this fifth edition is going digital and will be presented as a series of five webinars in the month of March 2021.

 

Click here for brochure.

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