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Price control is not a long-term solution

There may be benefits to price control in times of crisis, but it cannot be imposed forever, said Minister at the Prime Minister’s Office and Minister of Finance and Economy II Yang Berhormat Dato Seri Setia Dr Awang Haji Mohd Amin Liew bin Abdullah, during the 17th Legislative Council (LegCo) session yesterday.
CCBD commends RCED for the initiative to learn about Competition Order

Parallel import is not an infringement of the Competition Order. The objective of the Competition Order is to encourage more players to enter the market, as competition among players encourages innovative business ideas and more choices of goods at more competitive pricing, which in turn benefits consumers.
Pro-Competition Reforms in Brunei Darussalam’s Logistics Sector can Help Economic Diversification

Pro-competition laws and regulations can contribute to an efficient functioning of logistics sector in Brunei Darussalam in supporting the country's efforts to diversify the economy towards a sustainable economic growth in the long-run.
OECD Commended on Remarkable Progress Made by the CCBD

The Competition Commission Brunei Darussalam’s (CCBD) efforts and progress in implementing Brunei’s Competition Order was applauded by the Organisation for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD) during a virtual workshop entitled “Competition Workshop for Younger Competition Agencies – First Steps” held last month.
Collaborative approach with the media to foster competition and smart consumer Culture

The role of media as a crucial partner in disseminating information to foster competition and smart consumer culture in achieving a healthy market and enhanced consumer welfare was underscored in a media engagement workshop recently.

GCR Interactive Asia-Pacific, 3rd and 4th September

The Competition Commission Brunei Darussalam (CCBD) will participate in the Global Competition Review (GCR) Interactive: Asia-Pacific, a virtual event bringing together leading regulators, in-house counsel and senior practitioners from across the region, on 3 – 4 September 2020.

Muara Maritime Services Sdn Bhd gains deeper understanding on the Competition Order

With the enforcement of Competition Order’s Anti-Competitive Agreements prohibition beginning 1 January 2020, the Competition Commission Brunei Darussalam (CCBD) recorded an increase in businesses’ interests to learn about the Order. 

Audit Departments Gets Exposures On combating Bid-Rigging

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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