Introductory class of competition law (full)

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Introductory class of competition law (full)

  1. 1. Introductory Class of Competition Law -Advocate Madhab Raj Ghimire Legal Plus P. Ltd Email: mrghimire@hotmail.com Madhab Raj Ghimire, Introductory Class of Competition Law 1
  2. 2. Introduction of Competition Law Economic background of Competition Law Definition of Market-; -Relevant of Market -Product and geographical Market Share Madhab Raj Ghimire, Introductory Class of Competition Law 2
  3. 3. Types of Competition Price Competition Non-Price Competition Madhab Raj Ghimire, Introductory Class of Competition Law 3
  4. 4. Anti Competitive Practices 1. Barriers to entry 2. Predatory pricing 3. Abuse of dominance • Refusal to supply • Various forms of contracts • Unfair prices or other conditions • Tying practices • Essential facilities • Discrimination • Market Division 4. Brand competition 5. Deep pockets- predatory pricing 6. Upstream and downstream dominance 7. Cartel (Public and private) syndicate 8. Home and Host country strategy 9. De-minis rule/Exemption Madhab Raj Ghimire, Introductory Class of Competition Law 4
  5. 5. Anti-Competitive Agreements 1. Mergers, agreement or acquisition- horizontal; vertical; conglomerate; Intellectual Property Rights 2. Collusion Co2docx •Price fixation Understanding competition law Chapter 3 - Anti-competitive agreements - YouTube_2.FLV •Market allocation •Output restriction •Bid-rigging •Tie -in arrangement •Exclusive-dealing arrangement •Territorial allocation between supplier and dealer •Misleading advertisement or false representation 3. Decisions of Associations of Undertaking 4. Concerted practices 5. Restrictions of competitions Madhab Raj Ghimire, Introductory Class of Competition Law 5
  6. 6. State Aid Subsidy Grant Rescue grant Waving-off licensing fee Madhab Raj Ghimire, Introductory Class of Competition Law 6
  7. 7. Enforcement of Competition Law and Regulation in Nepal Competition Promotion and Market Protection Act, 2007 Competition Promotion and Market Protection Regulation, 2010 Others Madhab Raj Ghimire, Introductory Class of Competition Law 7
  8. 8. Possible Solution Liberalizing Market Access Regulation Price regulation Unbundling Fair Procurement Procedure Federal Cartel/Competition Commission Strong Regulatory Authority Harmonization Competition Law across the Region Madhab Raj Ghimire, Introductory Class of Competition Law 8
  9. 9. Comparative Study of Competition Law Nepal Global Context South Asia EU Madhab Raj Ghimire, Introductory Class of Competition Law 9
  10. 10. Case Studies Nepalese Banking; Financial Institution’s Merging Initiatives by BFIs and role of Nepal Rastra Bank (NRB)- Merging in between Laxmi Bank and Birgunj Finance Madhab Raj Ghimire, Introductory Class of Competition Law 10
  11. 11. Where are we now? monopoly liberalization privatization regulation deregulation perfect (complete), competition (globalization) Madhab Raj Ghimire, Introductory Class of Competition Law 11
  12. 12. Conclusion Competition Law is safe guard for consumers , new entrants and small market players. - For well functioning liberalized market; -to lead to productive efficiency; proper operation allocative efficiency and operation of market leads dynamic efficiency; -And to promote fair , transparent and competitive business practices . Madhab Raj Ghimire, Introductory Class of Competition Law 12
  13. 13. Any Question? Madhab Raj Ghimire, Introductory Class of Competition Law 13
  14. 14. Thank you for listening me. Appreciated. Madhab Raj Ghimire, Introductory Class of Competition Law 14

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