Namibian and South African competition authorities formalise terms of cooperation

7 Dec 2015 1 min read Competition Matters Article

The Competition Commission of South Africa and the Namibian Competition Commission have concluded a memorandum of understanding to regulate the way in which these two regulators engage with each other in respect of matters that effect both jurisdictions in respect of the enforcement of competition law and policy.

This memorandum of understanding will see increase engagement between the regulators, especially in respect of multi-jurisdictional matters and is most likely to be most relevant to multi-jurisdictional mergers.

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