The Malaysian Competition Appeal Tribunal upholds a decision of the Competition Authority in a case of abuse of dominance in the provision and management of online foreign workers permit renewals (My E.G)

On 28 December 2017, the Competition Appeal Tribunal (CAT) upheld the Malaysian Competition Commission's (MyCC) decision on 24 June 2016 that My E.G. Services Berhad (MyEG) and its wholly-owned subsidiary, My E.G Commerce Sdn. Bhd. (MyEG Commerce) have abused their dominant position in the provision and management of online Foreign Workers Permit (PLKS) renewals. Brief Facts and MyCC Decision In 2012, MyEG signed an agreement with the Malaysian government to provide an online system for PLKS renewals.

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Gan Andre, The Malaysian Competition Appeal Tribunal upholds a decision of the Competition Authority in a case of abuse of dominance in the provision and management of online foreign workers permit renewals (My E.G), 28 December 2017, e-Competitions Platforms, Art. N° 86141

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