The Moroccan Government considers amending law on prices and competition freedom

In a global context characterized by the proliferation of regulatory competition, a wind of change is blowing across the Moroccan competition law. A draft law [1] amending law 06-99 [2] on prices and competition freedom has been submitted to the "Secrétariat Général du Gouvernement" (SGG) [3]. The Bill takes into account the last developments in advanced competition law regimes and brings the Moroccan one into line with international standards. The long overdue new bill is certainly welcomed. It is the culmination of a long process of activism in favor of a revision of the law 06-99 in order to overcome the shortcomings of an inadequate provision in almost all aspects. A. WHY A NEW AMENDMENT? At this stage, the question which arises is concerning why the Moroccan authorities have

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  • Max Planck Institute for Innovation and Competition (Munich)

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Amine Mansour, The Moroccan Government considers amending law on prices and competition freedom, 4 September 2012, e-Competitions September 2012, Art. N° 50368

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