Competition Law and Policy in Russia
The Russian Federation is the first non-member economy to participate in the OECD Regulatory Reform Programme. This review aims to assist the Russian authorities’ efforts to foster competition, innovation, and economic growth as well as to meet important social objectives. It follows a multidisciplinary approach, with competition policy as one of the several areas under review. This Secretariat report served as a basis for a peer review in the Global Forum on Competition in Paris on 13 February 2004. It concludes that although a strong...
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Volume (Year): 6 (2005)
Issue (Month): 3 ()
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