Competition policy is a key constituent of the liberalization conditions for market efficiency. This chapter analyses the relationships among competition policy, trade policy, and anti-dumping policy. It also discusses the competition policy developments at national, bilateral, regional, and international levels. The objectives of this chapter are: to consider the requirement for the international competition policy as part of the evolving framework of international business rules; to evaluate the existing structure of national, regional, and international laws together with progress in transnational cooperation and to highlight deficiencies which exist; and to review the proposals which have been made to strengthen international cooperation and rules.
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