Anti-Monopoly Policy

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Anti-Monopoly Policy

Any law or policy intended to oppose monopolies and other anti-competitive organizations or practices. Anti-monopoly policies are intended to regulate the market share an individual company can have in order to enforce competition. Proponents of anti-monopoly policies believe the added competition benefits the consumer, while opponents, notably Ayn Rand, argue that they encourage economic inefficiency and punish success. See also: Sherman Act, Clayton Act.
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In 2017, the Interstate Council on Antimonopoly Policy (ICAP) drafted the "Statement of Head of Governments of the CIS member-states on consolidating efforts of the world community to efficiently counter international cartels" with active FAS involvement and support from CIS Executive Committee.
from 1995 to 1997 - Director of the State Antimonopoly Policy Department;
The session of the CIS Heads of Government Council also gave an objective evaluation to the operation of the interstate council for antimonopoly policy and the CIS council for cultural cooperation.
ANKARA, February 21, 2012 - Turkish Development Minister Cevdet Yilmaz met Kyrgyz Deputy Economy and Antimonopoly Policy Minister Sanjar Mukanbetov and Deputy Finance Minister Mirlanbek Baigonchokov in Ankara on Tuesday.
And we can continue to lobby our federal government to create a clear antimonopoly policy for newspapers that sets some maximum limits on the number of media outlets any one owner can have in each city and town.
b) Harmonizing antitrust and consumer protection Georgia's new laws recognize the important tie between antimonopoly policy and consumer protection policy.
to assist the Government of Azerbaijan in operating the Trade Remedies Unit, namely to specific department of the State Service for Antimonopoly Policy and Consumer Rights Protection which assumed the responsibilities on trade remedies;3.
He will coordinate the issues related to analysis, forecasting and planning of economic development, foreign economic activities, elaboration of the country's development strategies, technical regulations, implementation of investment, financial and tariffing policies, antimonopoly policy and competition development, development of financial market.
History of the Conflicts Between the Antimonopoly Policy and the Industrial Policy in the Post War Period of Japan, 15 CASE W.
Approval for the transaction has been received from the Russian Committee on Antimonopoly Policy.
The event was attended by MPs Zamir Alymbekov and Erkingul Imankojoyeva, representatives of Bishkek mayor's office of Bishkek, regional administrations of Chui and Issyk-Kul regions, as well as representatives of the Ministry of Economy and Antimonopoly Policy of Kyrgyzstan.
Petersburg office of the Antimonopoly Committee, argues that the early reliance on price controls as antimonopoly policy has been recognized as an error and abandoned (though it is unclear to what extent she can speak for others of the Committee's regional offices).