4 edition of The antimonopoly laws and policies of Japan found in the catalog.
|Statement||H. Iyori and A. Uesugi.|
|Contributions||Uesugi, Akinori., Iyori, Hiroshi, 1927-|
|LC Classifications||KNX3242 .I97 1994|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xxiv, 570 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||570|
|ISBN 10||0879450762, 0879450770|
|LC Control Number||94070047|
FEAR AND LOATHING OF JAPAN For too many Americans, the Japanese have become the people it's okay to hate. That attitude fosters self-delusion about U.S. flaws. For years, the Japan Fair Trade Commission (JFTC) has been keen to properly apply the Antimonopoly Act (AMA) to e-commerce and digital businesses. In , it amended its Guidelines Concerning Distribution Systems and Business Practices (the Distribution Guidelines) to modernise their overall structure and to apply them to e-commerce more easily. We are subject to various laws, including the Antimonopoly Act of Japan and the laws on medical care of Japan and similar laws in other countries and jurisdictions, as well as the anti-bribery provisions of the U.S. Foreign Corrupt Practices Act of (FCPA), the U.K. Anti-Bribery Act and other anti-bribery laws in other countries and.
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Antimonopoly Law: Competition Law and Policy in Japan excellent law review articles and book chapters on Japanese antitrust law exist, but they The Antimonopoly Laws and Policies of Japan (New York ); M. MATSUSHITA, Inter-national Trade and Competition Law in Japan (Oxford ) Changing Antimonopoly Policy in the Japanese Legal System- An International Perspective The Antimonopoly Act of (ΑΜΑ)1 is one of Japan's most important laws impacting international business transactions.
The ΑΜΑ prohibits private monopolization, cartels, and unfair business practices in. Reforming the Enforcement of the Japanese Antimonopoly Law Mitsuo Matsushita Tokyo University THE ANTiMONOPOLY LAWS OF JAPAN (). This work is a little old and does comprehensive work of the Japanese Antimonopoly Law available in the English language, and this book gives a good general picture of what it looks like.
CHIZURU IKEDA. Japanese competition law consists of the Antimonopoly Act (独占禁止法, Dokusen Kinshihō, "AMA"), officially the Act on Prohibition of Private Monopolization and Maintenance of Fair Trade (私的独占の禁止及び公正取引の確保に関する法律, Shiteki-dokusen no Kinshi oyobi Kōseitorihiki no Kakuho ni Kansuru Hōritsu, Act No.
54 of Ap ), and several other. Anti-Monopoly Law and Practice in China was the first treatise The antimonopoly laws and policies of Japan book the China Anti-Monopoly Law (AML), and remains the most comprehensive work on this provides a thorough explanation of the law as well as regulations promulgated under the law, agency practices, and other relevant Chinese laws that may also apply to anti-competitive : $ pan: Law and Policies, Tokyo: Tuttle/University of North Carolina Press and ), are not in this list of 16 books; only one or two of them will be shortly men-tioned here.
For a 17th book shortly to be reviewed here, see infra n. Another important book (H. Oda, Japanese Law, London ) is not mentioned here, since it. Competition law is closely connected with law on deregulation of access to markets, state aids and subsidies, the privatization of state owned assets and the establishment of independent sector regulators, among other market-oriented supply-side policies.
In recent decades, competition law has been viewed as a way to provide better public services. Japanese Business Law has been added to your Cart Add to Cart. Buy Now. Price investment, the legal profession, the judiciary, and much more as they are developing and intersecting in Japan today.
In the course of the detailed presentation, the contributors touch on such details of interest to those doing business in Japan as the following Brand: McAlinn.
Public Policy and Economic Competition in Japan book. Change and Continuity in Antimonopoly Policy, Public Policy and Economic Competition in Japan. DOI link for Public Policy and Economic Competition in Japan. Public Policy and Economic Competition in Japan book.
Professors Seita and Tamura endeavor to explain the apparent reluctance of the Japanese to enforce the antimonopoly law by exploring the history of prewar competition policies in Japan, the. John Haley's Antitrust in Germany and Japan makes an important contribution to understanding contemporary Japanese antitrust by comparing it with that of Germany.
Germany is a particularly apt choice for comparison, not only because of its intrinsic economic importance, but because it served as the model for the pro-cartel policies Japan Author: Mark Tilton. It has been reported in the media that bid rigging is commonly practised in almost all public works projects in Japan.
It was also said that the Japanese anti-trust author ity, the Japan Fair. Prior to the amendment of Arti Japan’s Labour Contract Act and other major employment-related acts were based on the concept that employment agreements should, in theory, have no fixed term, and that employment agreements with fixed terms should only be an exception.
Although there is no required minimum length for fixed-term. This book, which is a sequel to and a significant expansion of Tony A. Freyer's earlier comparative work, Regulating Big Business: Antitrust in Great Britain and America, – (), focuses on the development of antitrust policies in Western Europe, Japan, and Australia in the years since World War II.
Freyer's starting point is the “crusade against international cartels” that Author: Graham Taylor. p Juwana book 10/15/02 AM ] AN OVERVIEW OF INDONESIA ’ S ANTIMONOPOLY LAW.
members to discuss the draft law, they agreed to use the Parliament’s proposal as the working draft. Law No. 5 is. Guidelines to Application of the Antimonopoly Act Concerning Review of Business Combination(PDF: KB) (, revised ) Policies Concerning Procedures of Review of Buisiness Combination(PDF: KB) (, revised ) (7) Unfair Trade Practices.
Japan Fair Trade Commission: Kasumigaseki, Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo,Japan. The Atlantic Crossword The purpose of our antimonopoly laws was to protect our communities against distant capitalists taking control of local commerce that Author: Gillian B.
White. TRAINING COURSE ON COMPETITION LAW AND POLICY JFY Aug ~ Septem countries by deepening insight into the competition laws and policies of Japan and other countries. TRAINING INSTITUTION Fair Trade Commission of Japan (JFTC) agency of the government to attain the purposes of Japan’s antimonopoly act.
China Anti-Monopoly Law Guide provides readers with detailed analysis of related anti-monopoly acts. Readers can also get latest trend, policies in this field and. this book. The authors make a case for effective Japanese antimonopoly enforcement, one outcome of which would be to make it possible for foreign firms to compete effectively in Japan.
The book provides a description of the substantive rules and procedural character of the antimonopoly laws and. These policies promoted farmland reform, labor system reform, zaibatsu dissolution, the elimination of excessive economic concentration, the abolition of various economic control laws and associations, and the enactment of the Act Concerning Prohibition of Private Monopoly and Maintenance of Fair Trade (“Antimonopoly Law”).Author: Hiroshi Iyori.
EXPORT TRADE: THE ANTITRUST LAWS AND POLICIES OF THE UNITED STATES AND JAPAN Both the United States and Japan have laws which exempt exports from their respective antitrust laws.
The United States, sincehas provided a limited exemption from its antitrust laws for combinations of U.S. exporters. Penal provisions stipulated in competition laws such as Antimonopoly Act, Sub-Contracting Act, etc. if a foreign company is exporting products to Japan and its activities are sufficient to constitute a violation of the Antimonopoly Act of Japan, it is considered to be subject to.
I ENFORCEMENT POLICIES AND GUIDANCE. Since the s, the Japan Fair Trade Commission (JFTC), the principal enforcement agency of the Antimonopoly Act. For example, Japan's Code of Criminal Procedure was amended recently to introduce a plea bargaining system that creates an incentive to report antitrust violations committed by others.
1 Also, in February the JFTC organized a research group to work on what would be a watershed amendment to Japan's Antimonopoly Act by, among other things Author: Shelley Zhang. Richard R. John. Q: You said the goal of your book project is to try to distinguish antimonopoly from antitrust.
Can you explain. The idea is to try to explain to contemporary Americans why so many of their predecessors found economic concentration so troubling, and what’s happened to. Chapter two considers policy choices in Europe, Australia and Japan between and Chapter three assesses American antitrust since The final three chapters bring the reader up to date on the competition policies of Japan, Europe and Australia after the Second World War, and are followed by a.
The antitrust laws proscribe unlawful mergers and business practices in general terms, leaving courts to decide which ones are illegal based on the facts of each case. Courts have applied the antitrust laws to changing markets, from a time of horse and buggies to the present digital age.
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Russia - Peer Review of Competition Law and Policy “Peer review” is a core element of OECD work. The mechanisms of peer review vary, but it is founded upon the willingness of all OECD countries and their partners to submit their laws and policies to substantive questioning by other members.
Russia’s competition law and. As the various types of global e-business grow rapidly, the need to establish adequate cyberlaws is increased. Reformation of domestic and global laws has been underway; however, the nature of e-business is one of constant technological developments, consistently outdating existing.
The Antimonopoly Laws and Policies of Japan,3rd ed.，Federal Legal Pub，《出版再销》讲谈社年 《反垄断法政策与反垄断法》中央大学出版社年. 吉田庆子. 毕业于日本东京都立大学法学院法律系，后进入复旦大学法学院进修中国法。. Guide to Antitrust Laws Free and open markets are the foundation of a vibrant economy.
Aggressive competition among sellers in an open marketplace gives consumers — both individuals and businesses — the benefits of lower prices, higher quality products. International harmonization of competition laws. This collection of papers delivered to a symposium on International Harmonization of Competition Laws examines the policies and Wang & Jyh-Feng Ho --Competition policy and industrial policy in Japan / Yoshikazu Kawai --Cartels under the Japanese antimonopoly law / Mitsuo.
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Antitrust laws are applied to a wide range of questionable business activities, including but not limited to market allocation, bid rigging, price fixing, and monopolies.
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