Antitrust in emerging and developing countries featuring china india mexico brazil south africa new york university school of law october 24 2014 abstract of the conference program rapidly emerging economies such as china india. The concurrences conference on antitrust in emerging and developing countries was a major innovation on the new york legal scene and a great success it attracted a lot of attention from academics and practitioners throughout the world. The conference was opened with a conversation between eleanor fox professor new york university school of law and eduardo perez motta former president federal competition commission mexico now partner at agon mexico city about antitrust policy in emerging and developing economies. Abstract this years conference put a particular spotlight on brazil russia india china and south africa the brics countries at a time of increasing nationalism in the developed world how do these most dynamic developing economies balance the need for competition policy and open . This book collects papers on issues on antitrust in emerging and developing countries part i state involvement in a market economy includes chapters from susan ning king wood mallesons and jon orszag compass lexecon part ii high tech pharmaceuticals and intellectual property offers analysis by kirti guptaqualcomm aditya bhattacharjea fiyanshu sindhwani delhi school of
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