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Big Tech and Developing Countries : Can Developing Countries Harness the Opportunities and Control the Abuses ?

2e webinaire "Antitrust in Developing & Emerging Economies : New Challenges in Public Interest, Big Tech, and Regionalism” organisé par Concurrences en partenariat avec ELIG Gürkaynak Attorneys-at-Law. Le deuxième panel “Big Tech and Developing Countries : Can Developing Countries Harness the Opportunities and Control the Abuses ?” était composé de Paulo Burnier da Silveira (Senior Competition Expert, Competition Division, OECD), Gina Cass-Gottlieb (Présidente, Australian Competition and Consumer Commission), Michal Gal (Professeur, University of Haifa), Geeta Gouri (Consultant économique), Gönenç Gürkaynak (Associé, ELIG Attorneys-at-Law) et Harry First (Professeur, New York University School of Law).

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Harry First opened the panel by observing that competition problems concerning digital platforms affect developing as well as developed economies. Global digital platforms have a worldwide reach, while more and more local digital platforms are arising. The platforms have benefits as well as costs. Accelerated digitalization has enabled Latin American economies to create new digital solutions and reduce the costs of access to overseas markets. An interesting question is whether competition law can help to promote innovation in developing economies.

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Speakers

  • OECD - Competition Division (Paris)
  • Australian Competition and Consumer Commission (Sydney)
  • University of Haifa
  • Indian Competition Commission (New Delhi)
  • ELIG Gürkaynak Attorneys-at-Law (Istanbul)
  • NYU School of Law (New York)