II Competition Bilateral Cooperation

1. Bilateral Cooperation


  1. Different mechanisms and practices have been used to prevent unlawful and anti-competitive behaviors. Bilateral co-operation has developed into an important tool by which competition authorities engage, among themselves, in a variety of enforcement and enforcement-related activities. 
  2. Bilateral co-operation in the field of competition law may be formal - on the basis of a competition-specific bilateral co-operation agreement or memoranda of understanding or informal - without the conclusion of an agreement.
  3. Cooperation can take place between States, between regional groupings/organizations and States, and between two regional organizations.

 Bilateral cooperation

Click here to view examples or templates of provisions of air service agreements related to fair competition.
In addition, click here to view other material dedicated to bilateral cooperation on competition.

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