The Singapore Competition Authority publishes a market study on e-commerce platforms

Digital platforms have experienced significant growth and popularity in Singapore in recent years and COVID-19 has accelerated its proliferation. The rapid pace of innovation and broad adoption of these platforms have raised significant competition concerns both local and abroad. In September 2020, the Competition and Consumer Commission of Singapore ("CCCS") published a market study on e-commerce platforms in Singapore. Apart from one acquisition in the ride-hailing sector that was subject to investigation and an infringement decision, CCCS found that no major competition concerns had been identified at the time of the market study. CCCS nonetheless highlighted potential concerns in the e-commerce area, some of which are similar to those identified by authorities in other

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Jonathan Kao, Sandra Seah, The Singapore Competition Authority publishes a market study on e-commerce platforms, 10 September 2020, e-Competitions September 2020, Art. N° 98869

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