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PROMOTING BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES AND CONSUMER CHOICE



Increases consumer choices



Provides good value for money



Improves quality and services



Promotes market efficiency



Encourages productivity



Spurs innovation

OBJECTIVES OF COMPETITION ORDER


KEY PROHIBITIONS

 




Anti-Competitive Agreements

Section 11

Agreements between businesses, which have the object or effect of preventing, distorting or restricting competition





Abuse of Dominant Position

Section 21

Business with substantial market power engages in conducts that prevent or hamper others from competing in the market





Anti-Competitive Mergers

Section 23

Mergers, which have resulted, or expected to result, in a substantial lessening of competition in the market

 

ANTI-COMPETITIVE AGREEMENTS

Enforcement date: 1 January 2020





Price Fixing

Agreements to fix prices of goods or services instead of competing for the best value for money





Market Sharing

Agreements to divide up market by the type of goods or services, or by geographical area





Supply Limitation

Agreements to limit the quantity of goods or services to create artificial shortage in the market





Bid Rigging

Agreements between bidders or potential bidders that limit or reduce competition in a tender process

NEWS AND HIGHLIGHTS


Audit Departments Gets Exposures On combating Bid-Rigging
02/08/2020

Bid rigging, also known as collusive tender, is agreements between bidders to eliminate competition in the procurement process, thereby raising prices and lowering quality. It is a major risk to the integrity and effectiveness of public procurement, and deprives the public sector of genuine opportunities to achieve value for money.

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Trainers' Guide to Market Studies
29/07/2020

To support competition agencies in ASEAN, the ASEAN Experts Group on Competition (AEGC) has developed a Trainers’ Guide on Market Studies, which can be used to train staff on the means to conduct market studies.

Read More
Towards Effective Competition Law Enforcement in ASEAN
29/07/2020

Effective competition law enforcement is known to depend on three elements, namely: comprehensive and effective laws, efficient and fair prosecution by the competition authority, and a fair and competent trial or judicial review.

Read More

LODGE COMPLAINT

Notice any anti-competitive behaviour in the market? 


 
 

CONTACT US



Executive Secretariat
Competition Commission Brunei Darussalam, 
Level 3, West Wing,
Block 2A (JPES Building),
Jalan Ong Sum Ping,
Bandar Seri Begawan, BA1311, Negara Brunei Darussalam

brunei.competition@jpes.gov.bn

+673 2233344 ext 230 or 341 or 343

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PROMOTING BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES AND CONSUMER CHOICE

 




Increases consumer choice





Incentives to provide good value for money





Improves quality and services





Promotes market efficiency





Encourages Productivity





Spurs innovation

 

OBJECTIVES OF COMPETITION ORDER

KEY PROHIBITIONS

 




Anti-Competitive Agreements

Section 11

Agreements between businesses, which have the object or effect of preventing, distorting or restricting competition





Abuse of Dominant Position

Section 21

Business with substantial market power engages in conducts that prevent or hamper others from competing in the market





Anti-Competitive Mergers

Section 23

Mergers, which have resulted, or expected to result, in a substantial lessening of competition in the market

 

ANTI-COMPETITIVE AGREEMENTS

Enforcement date: 

1 January 2020




Price Fixing

Agreements to fix prices of goods or services instead of competing for the best value for money





Market Sharing

Agreements to divide up market by the type of goods or services, or by geographical area





Supply Limitation

Agreements to limit the quantity of goods or services to create artificial shortage in the market





Bid Rigging

Agreements between bidders or potential bidders that limit or reduce competition in a tender process

COMPETITION COMMISSION BRUNEI DARUSSALAM

NEWS AND HIGHLIGHTS


Audit Departments Gets Exposures On combating Bid-Rigging

August 02, 2020

Bid rigging, also known as collusive tender, is agreements between bidders to eliminate competition in the procurement process, thereby raising prices and lowering quality. It is a major risk to the integrity and effectiveness of public procurement, and deprives the public sector of genuine opportunities to achieve value for money.

Read More

Towards Effective Competition Law Enforcement in ASEAN

July 29, 2020

Effective competition law enforcement is known to depend on three elements, namely: comprehensive and effective laws, efficient and fair prosecution by the competition authority, and a fair and competent trial or judicial review.

Read More
http://ccbd.gov.bn/Images1/News%20Images/2020/ASEAN/Trainers%20Guide%20News%20IMG.JPG

Trainers' Guide to Market Studies

July 29, 2020

To support competition agencies in ASEAN, the ASEAN Experts Group on Competition (AEGC) has developed a Trainers’ Guide on Market Studies, which can be used to train staff on the means to conduct market studies.

Read More

LODGE COMPLAINT



Notice any anti-competitive behaviour in the market? 


CONTACT US


Executive Secretariat
Competition Commission Brunei Darussalam, 
Level 3, West Wing,
Block 2A (JPES Building),
Jalan Ong Sum Ping,
Bandar Seri Begawan, BA1311, 
Negara Brunei Darussalam

brunei.competition@jpes.gov.bn

+673 2233344 ext 230 or 341 or 343