Prospective Refinements to CCCS’ Competition Guidelines in 2021
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Prospective Refinements to CCCS’ Competition Guidelines in 2021

Date
21 January 2021

Amid the disruptions caused by COVID-19, the Competition and Consumer Commission of Singapore is taking strides in 2021 to update its guidelines to better address unique challenges posed by the digital economy such as market definitions for multi-sided platforms, market assessments in dynamic digital markets, lock-in effects and the importance of data.

The full article can be found here.

Originally posted on twobirds.com in January 2021.

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Sandra Seah
Sandra Seah
I am a corporate lawyer with extensive experience in local and cross-border mergers and acquisitions, joint ventures and collaborations, and other general corporate matters. I am the joint managing partner of our Singapore office.
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