Competition Law and State-Owned Enterprises
|Area||Competition, Antitrust and Foreign Investment|
Article originally published on Business at OECD (BIAC), November 2018.
Excerpt from “Competition Law and State-Owned Enterprises”:
In recent years State Owned Enterprises (SOEs) have extended the reach of their activities and have become important global players. Given the presence of SOEs in key sectors of the economy, often undergoing liberalisation, and the number of SOEs engaging in commercial economic activities competing with private entities, competition authorities have sought to be effective in enforcing competition law against them.
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