The OECD/Korea Policy Centre Competition Programme is a joint venture between the Korean government and the OECD. Opened in May 2004, the Centre works with competition authorities in the Asia-Pacific region to develop and implement effective competition law and policy. The Centre provides a hub for competition officials from Asia-Pacific countries to meet regularly to exchange experiences and deepen their capacities in competition law and policy through workshops, seminars and other events. A workshop where judges may share experiences in the competition law field and benefit from discussions with world class experts from several jurisdictions is organised once a year. The Centre also works to strengthen competition law and policy in Korea and the KFTC itself.
The following economies are frequent participants in the Centre's activities: Cambodia, Hong Kong (China), India, Indonesia, Malaysia, Mongolia, Pakistan, People's Republic of China, Philippines, Singapore, South Korea, Chinese Taipei, Thailand and Vietnam. Fiji, Lao PDR, Myanmar, Nepal, Papua New Guinea and Sri Lanka have also participated in past activities.
Published regularly, this newsletter includes brief reports on the Centre's work as well as on meetings held by the OECD in Paris. It is also an opportunity for participating economies from the Asia-Pacific region to exchange their latest experiences on competition law and policy issues.
Summary of activities
A detailed summary of the discussions and other activities held during the various events organised by the centre can be found in the centre's annual reports:
|» Calendar of activities |
|» Korea Policy Centre website |
|» Previous meetings & reports|
If you have any questions, please contact Mr Ruben Maximiano, our competition expert in charge of the centre's activities
Permanent URL: www.oecd.org/competition/seoulrcc
|Topics||Key materials, Tools & Guidance||Global Relations|
|Abuse of dominance & monopolisation||International co-operation|
|Cartels & anti-competitive agreements||Liberalisation & intervention in regulated sectors|
|Evaluation of competition interventions||Pro-competitive policy reforms|