Designing Competition Law Under Financial Crisisâ€”Indonesia and Thailand Compared
R. Ian McEwin
CPI Journal, 2014, vol. 10
The 1997 the Asian Financial Crisis was the impetus for the introduction of competition law in both Indonesia and Thailand. There was a belief in both countries that anticompetitive practices, sanctioned by government, contributed to the crisis and so this proved to be a catalyst for the introduction of competition law in 1999 in both Indonesia and Thailand.
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