Competition law in ASEAN, has come a long way from its humble beginning and has swiftly grown over the past decade. When referring to competition legislations and policy, one will evidently include all three traditional pillars of enforcement – i.e., anticompetitive agreements, abuses of dominance and merger control. In this article, the authors focus on merger control rules, and most particularly mandatory regimes in Indonesia, Malaysia and Vietnam, from a practical standpoint, with the objective of demonstrating how crucial this is for global companies to keep abreast of recent developments in ASEAN countries in light of the multi-jurisdictional nature of their merger filing assessment.
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