The Singapore Competition Authority publishes its findings and recommendations from its market study on e-commerce platforms

On 10 September 2020, the Competition and Consumer Commission of Singapore ("CCCS") published its findings and recommendations from its market study on e-commerce platforms. While the market study did not identify any significant competition concerns in the sector, the CCCS has concurrently proposed amendments to six of its guidelines to provide greater clarity and guidance to businesses and competition practitioners. These amendments take into consideration the recommendations from the market study. WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW - KEY TAKEAWAYS Digital platforms continue to face increased scrutiny from competition regulators around the globe. The CCCS market study is the latest example of efforts by

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Peter Armitage, Angie Ng, The Singapore Competition Authority publishes its findings and recommendations from its market study on e-commerce platforms, 10 September 2020, e-Competitions Barriers to entry in the digital market, Art. N° 97566

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