CCS finds no need for immediate action in industrial property market
15 Apr 2013
On 2 April 2013, the Competition Commission of Singapore (CCS) published a paper titled “Competition Assessment in the Industrial Property Market in Singapore”. As part of the assessment, the paper reviewed industry practices and regulations across various markets that may hamper or distort competition.
This update discusses CCS’s findings of its assessment in the industrial property market in Singapore, and highlight interesting points raised in CCS’s assessment, including whether section 47 applies to exploitive pricing and its analysis of collective dominance.
To read the update, please click here.