Competition

Cartels involving intermediate goods

 

Cartels in intermediate goods (i.e., goods used as inputs in the production of manufactured goods for final consumers) can be found in all countries and across a broad range of sectors.

In October 2015, the OECD held a roundtable which explored cartels in intermediate goods, their differences to cartels in final consumer goods, as well as challenges faced by countries with respect to their prevention, detection, legal and jurisdictional requirements for enforcement, sanctions and compensation to victims.

A Secretariat background paper and submissions by participating delegations regarding this discussion can be downloaded below.

Read also:  Executive summary with key findings    Detailed summary of the discussion

Voir aussi: Resumé de la discussion  • Compte rendu detaillé

KEY DOCUMENTS 

» Secretariat Background paper • Note de référence du Secrétariat

» Executive summary with key findings • Resumé de la discussion  

» Detailed summary of the discussion • Compte rendu detaillé de la discussion  


Contributions from participants

Australia

Costa Rica

Chile (FNE)

Chile (TDLC)

Chinese Taipei

European Union

Indonesia

Korea

 

Lithuania

Mexico

Turkey

Russian Federation

United Kingdom

United States

BIAC

RELATED POLICY ROUNDTABLES

Enhanced Enforcement Co-operation (2014)

Improving International Co-operation in Cartel Investigations (2012)

Cartels: Sanctions Against Individuals (2003)

See all Best Practice roundtables held on Cartels

 

» Access the full list of Competition Policy Roundtables

» Link to the  OECD Competition Home Page 

 

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