This chapter focuses on Japan's Anti-Monopoly Law. Topics discussed include the historical background of the law, an outline of the law, private monopolization, prevention of excessive concentration of economic power, unfair trade practices, problems of keiretsu (companies linked together by continuous business relations), application of the Anti-Monopoly Law on international transactions, and procedures and sanctions.
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