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Visit to foster cooperation in digital forensics investigation
26/09/2022

The importance of digital evidence gathering for competition authorities in their fight against anti-competitive conduct has become increasingly apparent as the way businesses generate, store or distribute information has changed in today’s world of advancing technology.

Negotiations for an ASEAN Framework Agreement on Competition Launched
19/09/2022

At the 54th ASEAN Economic Ministers (AEM) Meeting, the Economic Ministers Launched the Negotiations for the ASEAN Framework Agreement on Competition (AFAC), which is to serve as a formal cooperation agreement that would facilitate cross-border cooperation and coordination on CPL matters amongst the ASEAN Member States (AMS).

CCBD Receives Basic Investigation Training from RBPF
21/08/2022

A 3-day basic investigation training course participated by the Executive Secretariat of the Competition Commission Brunei Darussalam (CCBD) was concluded with certificate presentation to the participants as well as handover of the tokens of appreciation to the trainers from Royal Brunei Police Force (RBPF).

Dialogue to Reduce Bid Rigging Risks in Public Procurement
13/08/2022

Bid rigging undermines the tender process which poses risks to the public procurement agency in paying goods and services at uncompetitively higher price.

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GCR Live: Law Leaders Asia-Pacific 2022
01/08/2022

Find out more and secure your place here: https://events.globalcompetitionreview.com/Ok9B9g?RefId=SPEAKERS

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Joint Statement on Maintaining Competition Policy in Post-Pandemic Economic Recovery
15/04/2022

​The ASEAN Heads of Competition Agencies (AHCA) issued a Joint Statement on Maintaining Competition Policy in Post-Pandemic Economic Recovery to support ASEAN’s post-pandemic recovery efforts as guided by the ASEAN Comprehensive Recovery Framework (ACRF). 

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CCBD Fight Bid Rigging Campaign: Deter, Detect and Report
29/01/2022

Bid rigging in public procurement, is a serious offence, which carry a fine of a penalty of up to 10 per cent of business turnover for a maximum period of three years, under Section 11 of the Competition Order 2015. 

CCBD launches Bid Rigging Awareness Campaign
22/12/2021

Fighting bid rigging or collusive tendering conduct has been a priority of the Competition Commission Brunei Darussalam (CCBD) as this anti-competitive conduct causes great harm to the government budget and the economy. 

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