Actions, and Tools
The introduction and implementation of a competition law is fraught with problems. Political will is necessary every step of the way. However, competition law will not be broadly accepted or fully enforced unless key leaders in government have adopted market principles as the underpinning of economic development.
The following 11 recommendations provide practical strategies for introducing and enforcing a competition law. They are grouped in three clusters: drafting the statute and setting up the competition authority, engaging public support, and contending with anticompetitive conduct that crosses national borders.