The Kenyan Parliament adopts new Competition Amendment bill introducing onerous buyer power provisions

KENYA: COMPETITION AMENDMENT BILL INTRODUCES ONEROUS BUYER POWER PROVISIONS* In July 2019, the Competition Amendment Bill was gazetted and looks on course to be adopted by Parliament. There are several proposed amendments to the current Competition Act although the focus of the Amendments, most notably, relates to the introduction of buyer power provisions which is a self -standing prohibition and does not require a complainant to first establish a dominance on the part of the buyer. In regard to buyer

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  • Mosoti & Company advocates (Kenya)

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Ruth Mosoti, The Kenyan Parliament adopts new Competition Amendment bill introducing onerous buyer power provisions, 1 July 2019, e-Competitions Bulletin July 2019, Art. N° 92234

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