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(2) Where any equally effective behavioral remedy would be more burdensome for the enterprise concerned than the structural remedy . Changes to the structure of an enterprise as it existed before the infringement was committed would only be proportionate to the substantial risk of a lasting or repeated infringement that derives from the very structure of the enterprise; (i) Deputize any and all enforcement agencies of the government or enlist the aid and support of any private institution, corporation, entity or association, in the implementation of its powers and functions;
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(j) Monitor compliance by the person or entities concerned with the cease and desist order or consent judgment; (k) Issue advisory opinions and guidelines on competition matters for the effective enforcement of this Act and submit annual and special reports to Congress, including proposed legislation for the regulation of commerce, trade, or industry; (l) Monitor and analyze the practice of competition in markets that affect the Philippine economy; implement and oversee measures to promote transparency and accountability ; and ensure that prohibitions and requirements of competition laws are adhered to; (m) Conduct, publish, and disseminate studies and reports on anti-competitive conduct and agreements to inform and guide the industry and consumers; (n) Intervene or participate in administrative and regulatory proceedings requiring consideration of the provisions of this Act that are initiated by government agencies such as theSecurities and Exchange Commission, the Energy Regulatory Commission and the National Telecommunications Commission ; (o) Assist the National Economic and Development Authority, in consultation with relevant agencies and sectors, in the preparation and formulation of a national competition policy; (p) Act as the official representative of the Philippine government in international competition matters; (q) Promote capacity building and the sharing of best practices with other competition-related bodies; (r) Advocate pro-competitive policies of the government by: (1) Reviewing economic and administrative regulations, motu proprio or upon request, as to whether or not they adversely affect relevant market competition, and advising the concerned agencies against such regulations; and (2) Advising the Executive Branch on the competitive implications of government actions, policies and programs; and (s) Charging reasonable fees to defray the administrative cost of the services rendered.
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X x x.” ROLE OF THE DEPARTMENT OF JUSTICE . The Office for Competition (OFC) under the Department of Justice (DOJ-OFC) “shall only conduct preliminary investigation and undertake prosecution of all criminal offenses arising under this Act and other competition-related laws in accordance with Section 31 of Chapter VI of this Act .” ( Sec. 13, R.A. 10667 ).
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  • Fall '19
  • Competition law

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