Competition Law and Market Economy Growth

Competition Law and Market Economy Growth
April 12 ~ 30, 2011 (19 days) Participants
16 persons for all the participant countries (Spaces for Guatemala 2 people) Objectives
• To help participating countries establish their competition law by sharing with them Korea´s successful experience in competition law and policy formulation and enforcement • To share Korea´s experience in competition law enforcement through lectures and discussions under the themes, including merge review, competition law enforcement against abuse of market dominance, methods of cartel investigation and the procedure of handling cartel cases. •Lectures
‐ Korea Economic development at a glance ‐ Role of Competition Policy for Economic Development ‐ Regulatory Reform and advocacy role of competition policy ‐ Regulation on Abuse of Market Dominance and Unfair Trade Practices ‐ Merger Review Policy and Significant Case ‐ Market definition and economic analysis ‐ The KFTC case handling process ‐ Cartel Regulations ‐ Role of Competition Policy for Consumer Protection ‐ Relationship between competition policy and consumer protection policy ‐ International Current Issues of Competition Policy y Presentation & Discussion
‐ Participants´ presentation on their country´s competition law and policy and experience in enforcing them. •Study Visits and Field Trip
‐ Korea Fair Trade Commission, Korea Consumer Agency ‐ POSCO, Hyundai Motors, Hyundai Heavy Industries, Gyeongju Historical Sites, etc. Qualifications
of Applicants
•Applicants should:
‐ be in working‐level or senior level officers of the establishment and implementation of competition policy and law. ‐be nominated by their government ‐have experience in the field of competition law for more than three (3) years. ‐ have a good command of both spoken and written English ‐ be in good health, both physically and mentally, to undergo the course ‐ not have participated in the same KOICA training program during the past three (3) years Closing Date
for Application
March 14th, 2011 Training
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