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The JFTC holds the 14th Training Course on the Antimonopoly Act and Competition Policy for Developing Countries and Transition Countries

August 18/2008
Japan Fair Trade Commission

The 14th Training Course on the Antimonopoly Act and Competition Policy for Developing Countries and Transition Countries will be held in Osaka and Tokyo, Japan from August 20th to September 19th, 2008.
Recent years, the Japan Fair Trade Commission (JFTC) has received strong demands for studying about Japan’s competition legislation and its implementation, from developing countries and transition countries attempting to introduce or to strengthen their competition legislations. For responding to the demands, the JFTC has conducted the Training Course since 1994 as one of the technical assistances in the field of competition policy, making use of the scheme of the Japan International Cooperation Agency (JICA)’s technical cooperation.
The JFTC provides officials of competition related agencies in multiple countries with opportunities to study about Japan’s Antimonopoly Act and its implementation in order to support the enhancement of competition legislations in their countries.

1. Term : August 20th – September 19th, 2008
2. Venue : Japan Fair Trade Commission and JICA Osaka International Center
3. Participants : 13 working-level officials of competition-related authorities from 10 countries
4. Organiser : JFTC and JICA

Appendix
The 14th Training Course on the Antimonopoly Act and Competition Policy List of prospective participants
(Alphabetical order)

Economy Number of Participants
Algeria 1
China 1
Indonesia 1
Malaysia 1
Moldova 1
Mongolia 2
Serbia 1
Thailand 2
Ukraine 2
Vietnam 1
Total 13

*Every announcement is tentative translation. Please refer to the original text written in Japanese.



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