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Japanese Antitrust: An overview of Japan competition case law

This is a project of collecting commentaries on leading competition law cases in Japan. I am honored to contribute to this project by selecting current prestigious cases. I did not make any contribution with respect to selecting authors; the editors at e-Competitions took on that difficult task, taking advantage of their sufficient contacts with competition lawyers. The introduction below is based on my own list made for the project [1]. I. Cartels Unreasonable Restraint of Trade (Antimonopoly Act Article 2 (6)) is the Japanese equivalent of the Sherman Act, Section 1 and Article 101 of the TFEU. The most important is Tama bid-rigging [2], in which the Supreme Court made clear its basic framework for analyzing bid-riggings. Marine hose [3] is an example of

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Tadashi Shiraishi, Japanese Antitrust: An overview of Japan competition case law, 6 August 2015, e-Competitions Bulletin Japan Antitrust, Art. N° 73840

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