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Q. 27 In what ways should the CA involve different stakeholders in its functioning? . By occasional hearing Through structured consultative committee Any other CA stands for Competition Authority. Results. Most participants prefer a structured consultative committee

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q 27 in what ways should the ca involve different stakeholders in its functioning
Q. 27 In what ways should the CA involve different stakeholders in its functioning?
  • By occasional hearing
  • Through structured consultative committee
  • Any other
  • CA stands for Competition Authority
results
Results
  • Most participants prefer a structured consultative committee
  • Only 40.7 prefer occasional hearing
  • In all sectors (consumer, producer and government), most of them prefer the structured consultative committee
  • Consumer sector: 55.7%
  • Private sector: 69.4%
  • Gvt sector: 58.5%
  • Therefore, more participants prefer to participate in the decision making process of the CA
q 28 are there state owned monopolies in mauritius
Q. 28 Are there state-owned monopolies in Mauritius?
  • Results: 76.2% answered yes
  • 23.8% were not aware of state owned monopolies in Mauritius
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Note: Monopolies often charge higher prices
  • Important aspect to deal with in competition policies
  • Results in all sectors:
  • Consumer sector 56.1% had positive answers
  • Producer sector: 62.9% had positive answers
  • In the gvt sector, 62.5% were not aware of anti-competitive practices
implications
Implications
  • Consumers and private producers are mostly affected (they are aware) of anti-competitive practices
  • Government enterprises do not feel so
q 30 if you encounter any anti competitive practices how would you react
Q.30. If you encounter any anti-competitive practices, how would you react?
  • Options available: Seek help from legistlation
  • Seek help from the judiciary
  • Seek help from consumer forums
  • Any other specific
answers
Answers:
  • Option 1: 32%
  • Option 2: 21.6%
  • Option 3: 43.2%
  • Option 4: 3.2%
sector wise results
Sector-wise results:
  • Consumer sector: 50.3% prefer consumer forums
  • Private sectors: prefer judiciary (35.9%)
  • Gvt sector: 37.5% for legislation
  • Thus, more consumers prefer consumer forums.
  • The judiciary and legislation are preferred method in the private and gvt sector
q 31 do you consider gvt policy towards foreign direct investment as pro competitive
Q. 31 Do you consider gvt policy towards foreign direct investment as pro-competitive?
  • Insignificantly, moderately, significantly or hugely
note an important aspect of gvt policy is to attract fdi
Note: an important aspect of gvt policy is to attract FDI
  • If policy is anti-competitive, it discourages FDI

The majority of participants moderately agreed with the question

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In private sector:
  • 69.2% moderately agreed
  • 2.6% hugely agreed
  • 17.9% insignificantly agreed
  • In gvt sector:
  • 11.6% significantly agreed
  • 30.2% insignificantly agreed
  • Higher % moderately agreed
q 32 would you advocate for a regional approach towards competition policy
Q. 32 Would you advocate for a regional approach towards competition policy?
  • Recall: importance of regional corporation in various aspects (e.g domestic laws and policies)
  • Need to have regional consensus
  • Foreign investors are interested with regional policies
  • The CA should function at international level
positive results were found most participants opt for a regional approach 65 4
Positive results were found: Most participants opt for a regional approach (65.4%)
  • Those that do not prefer regional approach amounts to 23%
  • Positive results in all the sectors:
  • Private sector: 61.5%
  • Gvt : 67.4%
  • Important issue for the C. Authority
are there any policy in your sector which you consider anti competitive
Are there any policy in your sector which you consider anti-competitive?
  • The majority of participants (64.9%) were not aware of such policy
  • Only 35% were aware of such anti-competitive policy
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In both private and government sector, less participants were aware of any anti-competitive policy.
q 34 if yes should the anti competitive practice be removed
Q. 34 If yes, should the anti-competitive practice be removed?
  • 61.7% answered yes
  • 38.3% answered no
  • Most participants believe that anti-competitive practices should be removed
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Q.35 Should the gvt occasionally introduce price controls on commodities where there is a lack of competition?
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Ans: Most participants agree that the gvt should intervene whenever there is a lack of competition61.7% (intervention)38.3% (no intervention)

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Private sectors: 61.5% gvt intervention
  • 39.5% (no gvt intervention)
  • Gvt sectors: 62.8% - intervention
  • 37.2% no intervention
q 36 should price controls be removed
Q. 36 should price controls be removed?
  • The majority of them: price controls to be removed
  • Private sector: 55% (remove price controls)
  • 45% (do not remove)
  • Gvt sector:
  • 76.9% (remove price controls)
  • 23.1% ( do not remove price controls)
private sector
Private sector:
  • More willing to remove price controls so as to allow competition in the market