CPL AND DEVELOPMENT-THE CASE OF THE COMESA REGION. By Peter Muchoki Njoroge Chairperson COMESA Competition Commission . CHARACTERISTICS WITH REGARD TO COMPETITION IN THE COMESA REGION. ■ Government involvement in many sectors.
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CPL AND DEVELOPMENT-THE CASE OF THE COMESA REGION
Peter Muchoki Njoroge
COMESA Competition Commission
■ Government involvement in many sectors.
■ Reliance on Governments to provide essential services for the majority: education, health, water etc.
■ Supremacy of the Executive vis a vis other government arms.
■ Lack of Strong Competition Culture
•Trade agreements [ geographical market sharing, price fixing, economies of scope provisions, production quantities provisions ets].
• Cartelization through trade associations.
• Refusal or discrimination in supply.
• Predatory practices to repress competition.
• Collusive tendering [BR].
• Collusive bidding at auctions [BR]