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antimonopoly laws of Japan

Hiroshi Iyori

antimonopoly laws of Japan

by Hiroshi Iyori

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Published by Federal Legal Publications in [United States] .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Japan.
    • Subjects:
    • Antitrust law -- Japan.

    • Edition Notes

      Includes bibliographical references (p. 351-356).

      Statementby Hiroshi Iyori and Akinori Uesugi ; with a foreword by Michiko Ariga.
      ContributionsUesugi, Akinori.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsKNX3242 .I97 1983
      The Physical Object
      Paginationxxv, 356 p. ;
      Number of Pages356
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL1645787M
      LC Control Number91201963

      Japan Antimonopoly & Unilateral Conduct Know-How, covering abuse of market power, market definition, monopoly power and margin squeeze. there are 17 laws that explicitly provide exemptions from the AML. Those laws mainly provide exemptions from the application of the AML for cartel activities (not unilateral conduct) to certain sectors. Japan’s largely favorable experiences with cartelization in the past, the manner in which the antimonopoly law was forced upon the Japanese, and the legal limitations of the antimonopoly law itself must all be addressed if future American criticism is to serve a constructive by: 2.

      Antimonopoly Act Enactment of original Antimonopoly Act () End of the World War II () GHQ’s Occupation of Japan GHQ’s order to enact Antimonopoly Act Judge Kime’s Draft: influence of “New Dealer” Amendment of Antimonopoly Act (, ) Deletion of the influence of “New Dealer”.   It is easy to see that sanctions under the Antimonopoly Act have a great impact on companies with operations in Japan. On the Japanese Cabinet approved an amendment to the Act. The Bill was submitted to an ordinary session of the .

        His most recent book The purpose of our antimonopoly laws was to protect our communities against distant capitalists taking control of local commerce that Author: Gillian B. White. The Law in Japan; The Legal Order in a Changing Society. Harvard University Press, Call number: KNX V6 g This book is a collection of the proceedings of a conference on Japanese Law held at Harvard University’s Law School in September


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Japanese competition law consists of the Antimonopoly Act (独占禁止法, Dokusen Kinshihō, "AMA"), officially the Act on Prohibition of Private Monopolization and Maintenance of Fair Trade (私的独占の禁止及び公正取引の確保に関する法律, Shiteki-dokusen no Kinshi oyobi Kōseitorihiki no Kakuho ni Kansuru Hōritsu, Act No.

54 of Ap ), and several other. Antimonopoly Law- Competition law and policy in Japan [Wakui, Masako] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Antimonopoly Law- Competition law and policy in JapanCited by: 2.

Reforming the Enforcement of the Japanese Antimonopoly Law Mitsuo Matsushita Tokyo University THE ANTiMONOPOLY LAWS OF JAPAN (). This work is a little old and does comprehensive work of the Japanese Antimonopoly Antimonopoly laws of Japan book available in the English language, and this book gives a good general picture of what it looks like.

CHIZURU IKEDA. A plaintiff may bring a civil suit under the Antimonopoly Act for damages suffered as a result of conduct in breach off the Antimonopoly Act.

In addition to the remedies under the Antimonopoly Act, victims of anti-competitive conduct can le a civil damage suit in accordance with the Civil Code of Japan.

They are also able to seek injunctions. Antimonopoly Law and referred to as the AML1) has often been the focus of political controversy.

At present, the AML is an important tool in the effort by Japan™s government to open up the Japanese market and restructure the Japanese economy to make it. Although the adoption of the surcharge system inthe reinstitution of criminal antimonopoly enforcement in and the increase in surcharge rates in have succeeded in imposing some significant costs on cartel participants in Japan, it still cannot be reasonably argued that general deterrence of antimonopoly violations is a central.

Introduction to Japanese antimonopoly law [Matsushita, Mitsuo] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Introduction to Japanese antimonopoly lawCited by: 3.

Antitrust law governs and sets up the order for economic activity. Its applicable scope covers all corporate activity such as prohibiting agreements among competitors to limit competition such as cartels and bid-rigging, in addition to regulating business alliances such as joint research and development and joint marketing, regulating transactions such as for abuse of dominant position and.

Operations in Japan, in 3 Eckstrom's Licensing in Foreign and Domestic Operations ch. 31 (). ΑΜΑ, supra note 1, art. Infra part l.C. Hiroshi Iyori & Akinori Uesugi, The Antimonopoly Laws of Ja 40 n (). WINTER This recently published book was authored by the staff of the Japanese Fair Trade Commission (JFTC).

However, broadly speaking, Japanese antimonopoly laws may include The Subcontract Price Delayed Payment Prevention Act, The Improper Premiums and Improper Presentation Prevention Act, and other related laws or regulations. Competition law is a law that promotes or seeks to maintain market competition by regulating anti-competitive conduct by companies.

Competition law is implemented through public and private enforcement. Competition law is known as "antitrust law" in the United States for historical reasons, and as "anti-monopoly law" in China and previous years it has been known as trade practices.

Japan Fair Trade Commission: Kasumigaseki, Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo,Japan Tel: + Antimonopoly Law: Competition Law and Policy in Japan abramis academic publishing (Suffolk ); ISBN ; Softback, pp; GBP The Japanese Antimonopoly Act 1, the main statute dealing with antitrust law in Japan, has been on the books since For decades, however, enforcement of the law was.

With this book, I hope to fill this gap by providing a good starting point for English speakers seeking to study the AMA, either for academic research or practice and compliance purposes. My priority in this work is to explain current mainstream understanding of the AMA and how it is implemented in practice.

Japan enacted Antimonopoly Law amendments on Wednesday designed to provide companies involved in anti-competitive practices with stronger incentives to cooperate in investigations under a. KANSEI-DANGO and Antimonopoly Law in Japan – The Characteristics of Collusion in the Japan’s Public Procurement –By Shuya Hayashi (Nagoya University Graduate School of Law) Introduction To promote free and fair competition, public tendering system is a measure generally used by national, local, and regional government bodies as well as.

Japan And The Republic of Singapore for a New-Age Economic Partnership”, Japan’s first free trade agreement, went into effect on Novem Actions against violations of the Antimonopoly Act 5. The JFTC has cracked down on the Antimonopoly Act violations.

Inthe JFTC took legalFile Size: KB. Characteristics of the Antimonopoly Act in Japan (1) • See the attached materials (table). • This was enacted in It was the third competition law in the world after those in the US and Canada. Although it was modeled on the US law, it has many original provisions.

• It regulates not the abuse of a dominant market position, but privateFile Size: KB. antimonopoly (not comparable) (law) Usually with respect to laws or policies, in opposition to the creation or continuance of a monopoly.

Related terms [ edit ].2 For English language commentaries on the Antimonopoly Law of Japan, see E. HADLEY, ANTITRUST IN JAPAN (); H. IgoRI, ANTIMONOPOLY LEGISLATION IN JAPAN (); Kanazawa, The Regulation of Corporate Enterprise: The Law of Unfair Competition and the Control of Monopoly Power, in LAW IN JAPAN: THEAuthor: Mitsuo Matsushita, James L.

Hildebrand.There must be room for improvement in the Antimonopoly Act in Japan. Indeed, Japan responded to criticism from foreign countries with amending the Antimonopoly Act and with considering further revisions.

On July 1,Japan enacted an amendment of the Antimonopoly Act that raised the surcharges from one.