2 edition of Antimonopoly legislation in Japan found in the catalog.
Antimonopoly legislation in Japan
|Statement||by Hiroshi Iyori. With a foreword by Michiko Ariga.|
|Contributions||Iyori, Hiroshi, 1927-|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xix, 265 p.|
|Number of Pages||265|
|LC Control Number||70078779|
USE OF INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY UNDER THE ANTIMONOPOLY ACT This comment is submitted in response to the Japan Fair Trade Commission’s (JFTC’s) request for public comments on the Draft Partial Amendment to the Guidelines for the Use of Intellectual Property under the Antimonopoly Act (Draft Amendment).1 We appreciate the. CPI Asia Column edited by Vanessa Yanhua Zhang (Global Economics Group) present. Japan’s Consolidated Anti-Monopoly Act: Recent Developments and Non-Developments – Mel Marquis (European University Institute, Florence & Doshisha University, Kyoto) & Shingo Seryo (Doshisha University, Kyoto) 1. Abstract. In this article we discuss developments, or in some cases the .
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Genre/Form: Law texts (form) Additional Physical Format: Online version: Japan. Antimonopoly legislation of Japan. Tokyo, Japan: Kosei Torihiki Kyokai, Antimonopoly legislation in Japan. [New York, Federal Legal Publications ] (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Hiroshi Iyori.
Find more information about: OCLC Number: Notes: Based on the author's Das japanische Kartellrecht, published in Antimonopoly Law and referred to as the AML1) has often been the focus of political controversy.
At present, the AML is an important tool in the effort by Japan™s government to open up the Japanese market and restructure the Japanese economy to make it more compatible with the economies of other major nations.
& Lee, Antimonopoly Regulation of Marketing, in JAPAN'S MARKET AND FOREIGN BUSINESS (R. Ballon ed. ); TRADE BULLETIN CORPORATION, JAPAN'S ANTIMONOPOLY POLICY IN LEGISLATION AND PRACTICAL PERSPECTIVE (Tokyo ); Ariga & Reike, The Antimonopoly Law of Japan and Its Enforcement, 39 WASH.
REv. Japan Fair Trade Commission: Kasumigaseki, Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo,Japan Tel: + This article addresses the lacuna by exploring state transformation in Japan's antimonopoly regulation after the s, focusing on the state at the.
A plaintiff may bring a civil suit under the Antimonopoly Act for damages suffered as a result of conduct in breach off the Antimonopoly Act.
In addition to the remedies under the Antimonopoly Act, victims of anti-competitive conduct can le a civil damage suit in accordance with the Civil Code of Japan. They are also able to seek injunctions. Change and Continuity in Antimonopoly Policy, Public Policy and Economic Competition in Japan book.
Change and Continuity in Antimonopoly Policy, By Michael L. Beeman. Edition 1st Edition. First Published eBook Published 29 August Pub. location London. Imprint Routledge.
• Antimonopoly regulation in Russia is exercised in accordance with the Federal Law dated J No. FZ “On Protection of Competition” –Transboarder nature of competition legislation; –Absence of sectoral or others exceptions.
• In the FAS Russia Antimonopoly legislation in Japan book 9 cases on violation of antimonopoly legislation. There is no legislation prohibiting or specifically restricting third party funding in Japan. As such, a plaintiff may file Antimonopoly legislation in Japan book competition law claim with third party funding; however, it will be considered as a violation of the Attorneys Act if the third party provides legal advice to the plaintiff and takes a share of any proceeds from the lawsuit.
COMPETITION LAW AND POLICY IN JAPAN 1 JAPAN (January-December ) Table of Contents Executive Summary I. Changes to competition laws and policies – Outline of new regulations in competition laws and related legislation 1 Legislation 1) Amendment of the Antimonopoly Act 2) Enactment of the Act Concerning Elimination and Prevention of.
Japanese competition law consists of the Antimonopoly Act (独占禁止法, Dokusen Kinshihō, "AMA"), officially the Act on Prohibition of Private Monopolization and Maintenance of Fair Trade (私的独占の禁止及び公正取引の確保に関する法律, Shiteki-dokusen no Kinshi oyobi Kōseitorihiki no Kakuho ni Kansuru Hōritsu, Act No.
54 of Ap ), and several other. Japan Antimonopoly & Unilateral Conduct Know-How, covering abuse of market power, market definition, monopoly power and margin squeeze. such as regulations and legislation, and practical entry barriers putting potential new entrants in disadvantageous position, obstacles such as scale of capital necessary for entry, location, technical.
Enactment of the Act to Amend the Antimonopoly Act. J Japan Fair Trade Commission. The bill to amend the Act Concerning Prohibition of Private Monopolization and Maintenance of Fair Trade (Antimonopoly Act), which was submitted to the National Diet on March 12th, ，was approved by the House of Councilors and enacted today.
The FTC was also able to keep out of the final legislation many of the anticompetitive plans put forward by industry and the Ministry of International Trade and Industry (MITI). The focus of this chapter is to show why and how the FTC and antimonopoly policy came to be accorded such a role in industrial policy for structurally depressed industries.
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It is easy to see that sanctions under the Antimonopoly Act have a great impact on companies with operations in Japan. On the Japanese Cabinet approved an amendment to the Act.
The Bill was submitted to an ordinary session of the Diet in June for approval and is now under discussion. The Antimonopoly Act (AMA) was enacted inbut its private monopolization provisions were rarely enforced before the s. The Japan Fair Trade Commission (JFTC) 1 and the courts have applied those rules more frequently in recent years.
This spurred several studies regarding Japan’s laws on private monopolization and unilateral conduct. A Geek in Japan is a great introduction to Japanese culture including a brief history of the country that explains that the Japanese are so different because they were isolated from the rest of the world for centuries.
The book covers both traditional culture such as sumo and tea ceremonies as well as modern Japanese business and youth culture. The research method of this article is a case study on Japan’s antimonopoly regulation after the s with an elitist approach, employing the data collected through elite interviewing2 (WrightSchaede p.2).
The analytical framework of this article is based on the view that the state has been reconstituted to. That said, amendment to the Antimonopoly Act and related legislation was approved by the Diet on J (“Amendment”). The Amendment is planned to be effectuated within a year-and-a-half from the said date, i.e., by the end ofand it will introduce the attorney-client privilege for the advice provided by outside/in-house.
As a result, various countries have sped up the creation and implementation of their own antimonopoly legislation rapidly. Currently, antimonopoly laws exist not only in.
However, distinctive Japanese elements have emerged with major amendments to the original Japanese Antimonopoly Act (JAA) in, andwith the result that Japanese antitrust law stands today as a uniquely important body of legislation and case law playing a significant role in international trade.
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Japan was considered to be weak in enforcing anti-trust laws although it has a long history of anti-trust enforcement since the Antimonopoly Act (AMA) was enacted in It has been said that many hard-core cartels existed in Japan owing to weak enforcement.
& A. UESUGI, THE ANTiMONOPOLY LAWS OF JAPAN (). This work is a little old and does not contain recent developments and new cases. This is cited here because there is no comprehensive work of the Japanese Antimonopoly Law available in the English language, and this book gives a good general picture of what it looks like.
However, since monopolization and cartels caused inflation, Japan revived the antimonopoly policy. Inamendments to the AMA strengthened antimo-nopoly policy. 23 Since then, the antimonopoly policy has been gradually and slowly strengthened.
The MITI's lax policies with respect to cartels in some Id. at Japan during the early years of the antimonopoly law (). Japan’s largely favorable experiences with cartelization in the past, the manner in which the antimonopoly law was forced upon the Japanese, and the legal limitations of the antimonopoly law itself must all be addressed if future American criticism is to serve a constructive.
Japan’s Longest Day is a comprehensive and exhilarating account of the last 24 hours surrounding Japan’s surrender in August Written by 14 Japanese historians, what it lacks in nuance it makes up for in readability.
This book is a fantastic introduction to the chaos of the end of World War II. Following substantive changes to the law on overtime and working hours that came into effect on April 1, Japan's National Diet has passed legislation to combat harassment in the workplace.
Japan is the author of THE CONSTITUTION OF JAPAN - ENGLISH & JAPANESE ( avg rating, 2 ratings, 0 reviews, published ), The Constitution of the Em /5(32). Antimonopoly Policy in Japan Antimonopoly Policy in Japan Hashiguchi by Osamu HASHIGUCHI * I. INTRODUCTION Since World antitrust legislations have become worldwide phenomenon.
Many developing countries as well as most industrial countries enacted antitrust 1aws.l Early example of an antitrust law after World War I1 was shown in Japan. However, distinctive Japanese elements have emerged with major amendments to the original Japanese Antimonopoly Act (JAA) in, andwith the result that Japanese antitrust law stands today as a uniquely important body of legislation and case law playing a significant role in international s: 1.
The antimonopoly watchdog will shortly compile a final draft of the guidelines and seek public opinions, informed sources said. including the possible application of the antimonopoly law. (Published by The Japan Times, The emergency legislation, approved by a unanimous vote.
Operations in Japan, in 3 Eckstrom's Licensing in Foreign and Domestic Operations ch. 31 (). ΑΜΑ, supra note 1, art. Infra part l.C. Hiroshi Iyori & Akinori Uesugi, The Antimonopoly Laws of Ja 40 n ().
WINTER Never Let Me Go by Kazuo Ishiguro deleted. (not a Japanese book) see Paul's comments above. *Also have deleted Memoirs of a Geisha and another Kazuo Ishiguro book "Nocturnals etc." Same reason - Not Japanese. Geisha might be about Japan but it wasn't first written in Japanese or by a Japanese person.
The engine of Japanese economic growth has been private initiative and enterprise, together with strong support and guidance from the government and from most numerous enterprises were single proprietorships, of which there were more than 4 million in the late dominant form of organization; however, is the some 2 million.
The bill to amend the Anti-Monopoly Act (the "AMA"), that includes the enhancement of a surcharge (i.e., administrative fine), has passed on J 1 It will be effective no later than from Decem The surcharge (i.e., administrative fine) will likely be bill includes amendments to (1) calculation methods for base fines and (2) applicable.
The Japan Fair Trade Commission (‘JFTC’) have recently released an amendment to the “Guidelines for the Use of Intellectual Property under the Antimonopoly Act ” after receiving over 50 opinions during the public consultation in July-August last year.
The amendment is aimed to address the issue of how the JFTC approach cases involving standard essential patents in. Hayashi, Shuya, A Study on the Amendment to the Antimonopoly Act of Japan – Procedural Fairness Under the Japanese Antimonopoly Act (Decem ). Yearbook of Antitrust and Regulatory Studies, Vol.
7, No. 10. president a natrualist, was sickly as a child and stayed inside and focused on school. he loved to be outside and challange elt supposrted pure food and drug law, created the Burea of Corporations to inspect business earnings, prohibited discrimination by the rairoads, and enforced the Sherman Anti-trust Act.On Jthe Japanese Diet passed a work-style reform legislation (the “Work-Style Promotion Act”) which has been a high priority item for Prime Minister Shinzo Abe.
This legislation is actually a package of amendments of eight statutes aimed at realising a society where all workers can choose from a range of diverse work options.Providing comparisons to the United States and Britain, this book examines Japan's postwar consumer protection movement.
Organized largely by and for housewives and spurred by major cases of price gouging and product contamination, the movement led to the passage of basic consumer protection legislation in