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Regulating Anti-Competitive Practices in Nigeria's Communications Sector (Paperback) (Chukwuyere Ebere
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This pioneering book gives a comprehensive review of the work of the Nigerian Communications Commission in regulating anti-competitive practices in Nigeria's communications market. To that end, the book among other things, discusses the concept of a substantial lessening of competition, which is the substantive standard, used for evaluating anti-competitive conducts in Nigeria's communications sector, and the substantive application of this standard by the Commission in the three broad areas of anti-competitive agreements and practices; abuse of a dominant position; and mergers, acquisitions and takeovers. The book also discusses the various conducts deemed by the Commission to result in a substantial lessening of competition, and the approach adopted by the Commission in regulating communications Licensees with market power and/or in conducting a dominance determination for the purpose of imposing ex ante regulatory obligations. It is intended that this book will serve as a useful research guide for competition and communications law practitioners in Nigeria, and especially officials of the Commission investigating anti-competitive practices. Academics, Economists and law students with an interest in the competition regulation of communications services in Nigeria will also find this book useful.
Number of Pages: 258
Genre: Freedom + Security / Law Enforcement
Publisher: Intl Specialized Book Services
Author: Chukwuyere Ebere Izuogu
Street Date: January 1, 2017
Item Number (DPCI): 248-45-1668
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