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Competition law in Singapore

7 JANUARY 2015

Hogan Lovells Lee & Lee

Singapore is one of the world's most open and competitive economies. In 2014 it was rated No.1 for ease of doing business by the World Bank and the most open economy in the world for enabling trade1. As such, it is now a key player on the world economic stage, strongly advocating free-market policies to further its economic growth whilst safeguarding the interests of business consumers.

Since the enactment of the Competition Act in 2004, Singapore's pragmatic approach to competition law has been at the heart of this business-friendly and pro-foreign investment nation.


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