Published 6 August 2021
Challenges of Competition Regulation of State Conducts in Emerging Economies: A Comparative Review of the Case in EU, China, and Nigeria
by E.C. Uwadi
Regulation of state conducts and anti-competitive behaviours of state-owned enterprises (SOEs) by competition authorities could be a very sensitive venture. This is especially the case where the anti-competitive conducts are backed by the state for the attainment of wider state policy objectives. From a comparative review of the position in EU, China and particularly Nigeria, under the new Federal Competition and Consumer Protection Act 2019, this article identifies the benefits and challenges of regulating state conducts and SOEs anti-competitive activities in emerging markets, and concludes with key recommendations on the way forward.
Challenges of Competition Regulation of State Conducts in Emerging Economies: A Comparative Review of the Case in EU, China, and Nigeria is available here www.transnational-dispute-management.com/article.asp?key=2780