Competition Law in Georgia

by | Mar 18, 2013

Comparative research prepared by Oxford Pro Bono Publico for Transparency International on the implementation of an effective enforcement regime (March 2013)

The Georgian government has initiated reforms of the country’s competition law, and Transparency International is participating in the preparation of a draft law on the subject. This submission consisted of comparative research on the implementation of an effective competition enforcement regime.

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