The Internationalisation of Antitrust Policy

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INDEX
Antitrust law
competition advocacy see competition advocacy
concept of, 46
consumer protection, 21, 52
decision-making, 59-60
developing countries, 48, 260
domestic antitrust laws
differences, 2-4
similarities, 2
exemptions, 75
extraterritoriality see extraterritoriality
framework of, 48
generally, 46
goals of, 49
classification, 52: economic, 52; political, 53; social, 53
historical perspective of, 28
independence of antitrust authorities, 62
legislative intent, 51
nature of, 46
political perspective of, 58
principles of liberal democracy, 58
procedural differences, 75-6
protection of competition and competitors, 63
public intervention, 60
system of antitrust, 10-11
Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation Forum (APEC), 284
Association Agreements (Europe) antitrust law
role of, 122
approximation of laws, 122,126-9
background of, 121
contents of, 122
EC secondary legislation place of, 125
jurisdictional matters, 123-5
negotiation with the European Commission, 128, 129-30
parties to, 121
suitability of EC antitrust law for Associated Countries, 127
Australia-New Zealand Closer Economic Relations Trade Agreement (ANCESTRA), 233, 242
Austria, 28-30
Bilateral agreements
comity see comity
EC/Canada Agreement, 290
EC/Common Market for East and Southern Africa (COMESA) co-operation project, 132
EC/South Africa Agreement, 290
EC/US co-operation agreements, 112-16
limitations of, 222-4, 290
relationship with multilateral approach, 289-90
types of, 218, 291
US/Australia Agreement, 222
US/Japan Agreement, 220
Comity
negative comity agreements, 221
positive comity agreements, 218-19, 291

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