CONFERENCE: OECD - ASIA - COMPETITION AUTHORITIES - JUDGES - COMPETITION LAW - ECONOMICS

Main challenges in adjudicating competition law cases (9th OECD/Korea Policy Centre Competition Law Seminar for Asia-Pacific Judges - Bangkok, May 30–31st, 2019)

Every year the OECD/Korea Policy Centre offers judges in Asia-Pacific an opportunity to discuss competition law and competition economics in order to endow judges in the region with the tools to deal with competition cases in their jurisdictions.

1. The ninth OECD/Korea Policy Centre [1] Competition Law Seminar for Asia-Pacific Judges took place on 30–31 May 2019 in Bangkok (Thailand) under the auspices of the OECD Thailand Country Programme and in close cooperation with the Supreme Court of Thailand and with the ASEAN Secretariat. This ninth edition of the Seminar for Asia-Pacific Judges dealt with main challenges in adjudicating competition law cases. It was attended by 25 judges from Thailand and 25 other participants from Asia-Pacific jurisdictions, representing more than 15 jurisdictions. 2. The event was also an opportunity to disseminate an important tool for judges dealing with competition cases — the OECD CLIP [2] Competition Primers for ASEAN judges (the “Primers”). These Primers are a series of information sheets

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  • OECD - Competition Division (Paris)
  • OECD - Competition Division (Paris)
  • OECD - Competition Division (Paris)

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Ruben Maximiano, Matteo Giangaspero, Cristina Volpin, Main challenges in adjudicating competition law cases (9th OECD/Korea Policy Centre Competition Law Seminar for Asia-Pacific Judges - Bangkok, May 30–31st, 2019), September 2019, Concurrences Review N° 3-2019, Art. N° 91628, www.concurrences.com

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