SUPREME COURT CORROBORATES DECISION OF ICC ON DELAYED NOTIFICATION OF PT CITRA PRIMA SEJATI.

Monday, August 31, 2020
The Supreme Court corroborates the Decision of the Indonesian Competition Commission (ICC) Number 01/KPPU-M/2019 regarding Alleged Violation of Article 29 of Law Number 5 Year 1999 jo. Article 5 of Government Regulation Number 57 Year 2010 regarding Delayed Notification of Acquisitions of Shares of PT Buana Minera Harvest (BMH) by PT Citra Prima Sejati (CPS).… [Read More]

SUPREME COURT TURNS DOWN JUDICIAL REVIEW FILED BY 12 COMPANIES IN THE IMPORTED CATTLE CARTEL CASE BY CONFIRMING DECISION OF ICC.

Monday, August 31, 2020
  The Supreme Court corroborates Decision of ICC on Case Number 10/ KPPU-I/2015 read out on April 22, 2016 regarding Alleged Violation of Article 11 and Article 19 sub-article (c) of Law Number 5 Year 1999 regarding Prohibition of Monopolistic Practices and Unfair Business Competition in Imported Cattle Trade in Jakarta, Bogor, Depok, Tangerang, and… [Read More]

ICC COMMENCES LUBRICANT CASE HEARING INVOLVING PT ASTRA HONDA MOTOR.

Monday, August 31, 2020
The Indonesian Competition Commission (ICC) has today (14/7) commenced the hearing of the Commission Panel involving the alleged tying and bundling perpetrated by PT Astra Honda Motor (AHM) in marketing two-wheeler lubricants. The Prosecution Investigator of ICC submited a Report on the Alleged Violation before the Commission Panel and the Reported Party, AHM in the… [Read More]

THE END OF THE CASE OF SCHEDULED COMMERCIAL AIR TRANSPORTATION SERVICES FOR DOMESTIC ECONOMY CLASS PASSENGERS.

Friday, July 24, 2020

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The Indonesian Competition Commission (ICC) has today read out Decision for Case Number 15/KPPU-I/2019 regarding Alleged Violations of Articles 5 and 11 of Law Number 5 Year 1999 relating to the Scheduled Commercial Air Transportation Services for Domestic Economy Class Passengers involving 7 (seven) national airlines. In a hearing that was declared open to the… [Read More]

ICC CONDUCTS ADVOCACY AGAINST THE PRE-EMPLOYMENT CARD PROGRAM.

Friday, July 24, 2020
ICC has conducted an advocacy process to the government and the administrators of the Pre-employment Card Program and has so far found no indication of the violation of competition law in the implementation of the program. This conclusion has been drawn based on an in-depth analysis and discussion with the parties linked to the program,… [Read More]

ICC VALUES THAT THE CURRENT SUGAR POLICY IS MORE PROFITABLE TO LARGE SUGAR FARMERS AND SUGAR IMPORTERS.

Thursday, July 23, 2020
ICC conducts research with regard to the current high price of sugar. One of the results is the existence of the issue of high price of granular sugar or that of the national consumption sugar stemming from two aspects, namely the performance of the sector and the behaviours of business operators. The performance of this… [Read More]

ICC RAISES SUPERVISION STATUS OF GRANULAR SUGAR TO LAW ENFORCEMENT.

Thursday, July 23, 2020

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ICC values that the price of granular sugar in the public is still categorized as high, although imported sugar has entered the market. The issue of granular sugar has shifted from the delayed issuance of the Import Approval (SPI) to the interrupted distribution of products existing domestically. This condition constitutes a problem that involves the… [Read More]

THE ADMINISTRATION OF PRE-EMPLOYMENT CARD PROGRAM IS NOT LIMITED TO THE SELECTION OF DIGITAL PLATFORMS.

Thursday, July 23, 2020
ICC continues to delve deeply into the operation of the pre-employment card program and has held discussions with various related parties, specifically the Implementing Management of the Pre-Employment Card Program and several digital platforms such as Bukalapak and Tokopedia. Further meetings will also be held with other digital platforms. ICC has also gone over the… [Read More]