- The KFTC will, only, utilize behavioral changes when structural changes are impracticable or may be ineffective. Structural changes, include, prohibition of a merger, divestiture and the transfer of intellectual property rights. The Fair Trade Commission has noted that the preferred choice will be divestiture and a merger injunction will only be ordered when the divestiture is not feasible in the situation.
- The Korea Fair Trade Commission has noted that the guiding principles of the Merger Remedies is: Effectiveness, Proportionality and Transparency and Enforceability. Arguments from attorneys should be directed at the KFTC ability to meet these guiding principles by proposed actions.
- The KFTC has increased investigations and has become much more aggressive in all areas under its jurisdiction. We strongly recommend a compliance audit and a nuanced approach in all actions where your company may be a target of the KFTC.
- Four Oil Companies in Korea Fined for Price Fixing
- The FTC of Korea: All Bark and No Bite?
- Defining the Relevant Market in Korea by the KFTC
- Korea's Antitrust Evolution in Korea. Sean Hayes in Korea Times
- Antitrust/Competition Law Consent Orders in Korea
- Fines by Korea Fair Trade Commission Increase for Abuse of Market Dominant Position and Unfair Trade Practices in Korea
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