State of Play
For the last couple of years, the approach and institutional capacity of competition regulation and enforcement handled by the Antimonopoly Committee of Ukraine has seen substantial changes, and another portion of them is on the way.
With the lack of awareness around the powers of the regulator, business experiences certain problems in formulating strategic priorities in line with best practices. We asked Yuriy Terentyev, former head of the Antimonopoly Committee of Ukraine (2015-2020), who recently joined Redcliffe Partners as a partner, to share his big picture vision of the competition landscape. Some insights from the inside out are surprising to a certain extent, though some are predictable. Our discussion has a clear mission, namely to shed light on the state of play and upcoming global trends in competition enforcement and broaden the understanding of fundamental rationale behind the decisions of various stakeholders.
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