Developing Country Experience with Extraterritoriality in Competition Law, Report of the United Nations Conference on Trade and Development
20 Pages Posted: 20 Dec 2021
Date Written: December 2021
This Report, conducted within the framework of the United Nations Conference on Trade and Development, addresses the question of extraterritoriality (extraterritorial jurisdiction) in the area of competition law from the developing countries perspecitive. It examines whether or not domestic competition legislation applies to foreign entities that may not be present in the forum, but whose conduct harms or may harm local consumers or producers. It also analyzes existing enforcement track record and hurdles involved in such cases. It relies on input from 40 developing countries and economies.
Keywords: Extraterritoriality, Extraterritorial Jurisdiction, Competition Law, Competition Policy, Antitrust, Extraterritoriality, Cartels, International Cartels, Export Cartels, Extraterritorial Jurisdiction, Developing Countries, BRICS
JEL Classification: K21, K41, L40, P16, Q48, L44, L52, K42
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