Monthly Archives: April 2011

Competition promotes dynamism-The Star Online

The Star Online > Business Saturday April 23, 2011 Competition promotes dynamism By CECILIA KOK cecilia@thestar.com.my ACCORDING to the Asian Development Bank, there are more than 100 systems of competition law in the world today, applied mainly in the world’s … Continue reading

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The Competition Act and Anti-Profiteering Act to change the way business is conducted-The Star Online

The Star Online > Business Saturday April 23, 2011 The Competition Act and Anti-Profiteering Act to change the way business is conducted By JEEVA ARULAMPALAM jeeva@thestar.com.my THE Competition Act 2010 and the Price Control and Anti-Profiteering Acts 2010 will completely … Continue reading

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How legislations will be implemented-Star Online

FIFTEEN years in the works, the Competition Act 2010 has finally come into fruition and will be fully enforced as of January next year. The Act will help provide a level playing field for businesses operating in Malaysia and promote … Continue reading

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Commission needs to establish independence in a landmark first case-The Star Online

THE task bestowed upon the Competition Commission to seek out enterprises who engage in anti-competitive practices and come up with market review proposals that can possibly change government legislation seems like an arduous feat. And it is definitely not an … Continue reading

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Recommendations Made By The Victoria Law Reform Commission on Family Violence

Family Violence – Recommendations 1.       The Crimes (Family Violence) Act 1987 should be repealed and new legislation, entitled the Family Violence Act, should be enacted. 2.       The new Family Violence Act should contain clear purposes and guiding principles. 3.       The … Continue reading

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Family Violence Myths-Victoria Law Reform Commission

Report—Family Violence Myths 1 March 2006 Myth: Family violence is just physical assault Family violence is much more than hitting or punching. It includes sexual assault and other sexually coercive behaviour; emotional, psychological and verbal abuse; restricting people’s social interactions; … Continue reading

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Victoria Law Reform Commission Final Report on Family Violence-Key Statistics

Final Report—Key Statistics 1 March 2006 A 1996 Australian Bureau of Statistics (ABS) survey found that 23 per cent of women who had ever been in a married or de facto relationship had experienced family violence. The ABS found younger … Continue reading

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