Competition Law Reform in Britain and Japan: Comparative Analysis of Policy Network

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Abbreviations

AMA

Anti-monopoly Act

BEC

British Employers' Confederation

BoT

Board of Trade

CBI

Confederation of British Industry

CIM

Commission for Industry and Manpower

DEP

Department of Employment and Productivity

DGFT

Director General of Fair Trading

DTI

Department of Trade and Industry

FBI

Federation of British Industries

FTA

Fair Trading Act

FTC

Fair Trade Commission

IBJ

Industrial Bank of Japan

IRC

Industrial Reorganisation Corporation

JTUC

Japanese Trade Union Confederation

Keidanren

Keizai Dantai Rengokai, Federation of Economic Organisations

LDP

Liberal Democratic Party

M&A(s)

merger(s) and acquisition(s)

MinTech

Ministry of Technology

MITI

Ministry of International Trade and Industry

MMC

Monopolies and Mergers Commission

MoF

Ministry of Finance

MOSS

Market Oriented Sector Selective

MRPC

Monopolies and Restrictive Practices Commission

NABM

National Association of British Manufacturers

NBPI

National Board of Prices and Incomes

Nikkeiren

Nihon Keizai Renmei, Japanese Federation of Employers' Associations

Nissho

Nihon Shoko Kaigisho, Japanese Chamber of Commerce and Industry

NPA

National Personnel Authority

NTT

Nippon Telegraph and Telephone

OECD

Organisation for Economic Development and Cooperation

OFT

Office of Fair Trading

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